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Antique Queen Anne Tavern Table, Octagonal, Triangular Frame, Scalloped Apron
New England, 18th Century
Maple


Antique Queen Anne Tavern Table, Octagonal, Triangular Frame, Scalloped Apron
New England, 18th Century
Maple, entire view 1

The octagonal top pivots on wooden pintles piercing the triangular frame joining block
and turned tapering legs resting on pad feet. Likely the original surface; very good
condition commensurate with age; cupping to top, else fine.
(Top: 35"x34"; height: 27.5")


Antique Queen Anne Tavern Table, Octagonal, Triangular Frame, Scalloped Apron
New England, 18th Century
Maple, entire view 2

Antique Queen Anne Tavern Table, Octagonal, Triangular Frame, Scalloped Apron
New England, 18th Century
Maple, entire view 3

$20,750.00

843-304




William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine


William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, entire view 1

The oval top with generous overhang pined to canted rectangular apron (straight ends)
having molded lower edge and containing a conforming drawer featuring a canted front;
the whole raised on robust double baluster-turned and blocked splayed legs joining box
stretcher continuing to button feet. Very early, beautiful and dry, full-coverage red paint
dating to the early 19th century over original surface history. Excellent original condition
including intact feet; height: 25"; top: 33.75" x 23.75".


William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, entire view 2

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, entire view 3

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, entire view 1

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, entire view 5

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, entire view 6

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, entire view 7

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, top view

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, underside view

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Early 18th Century
Maple and white pine, leg view

$21,500.00

745-195




Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration


Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, entire view 1

The overhanging rectangular pinned well-scrubbed top with bread-board end displays a
rich dry patina…the top is over a plain apron containing a single long drawer retaining
its original turned wooden pull; raised on baluster turned legs joined by a box stretcher
and terminating with full height button feet. The paint appears to be original. As
depicted, the drawer face has lost a small chunk at the lower right (proper) corner. Only
one breadboard remains; due to shrinkage and the length of pins-the pin-channels were
compromised early in the tables working life as is evidenced by smooth consistent wear
and uniform color on the tops end and within the exposed pin channels. The table
features successful small proportions and strong presence.
(Height: 24.75”; Top: 24.5” x 36”)


Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, entire view 2

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, entire view 3

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, entire view 4

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, entire view 5

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, detail view 1

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, detail view 2

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, detail view 3

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, detail view 4

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, detail view 5

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, detail view 6

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, detail view 7

Antique Tavern Table, Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1750-1760
Pine top and apron, maple legs
This is one of those scarce pieces that survived without alteration, detail view 8

$6,950.00

745-189




Windsor Tavern Table,
Round Top, Turned Splayed legs, Original Red
Paint Maple legs, pine top and ash stretchers
New England, Likely Connecticut, circa 1775-1800


Table, Windsor, Red-Paint, Full View

The single-board circular top pegged to the turned maple legs joined by double box stretcher;
legs rest on button feet. All surfaces scrubbed…displaying thinning red paint.
(Very good condition, a nice table; one peg is loose and needs to be glued which we can have done for buyer;
an old shrinkage crack in top was expertly taken care of.
Top is out-of-round as it should be: 24.25" x 23.25", height: 23”)


Table, Windsor, Red-Paint, Detailed View

Table, Windsor, Red-Paint, Detailed View

Table, Windsor, Red-Paint, Top View

Table, Windsor, Red-Paint, Under View

$4,950.00

1273-3




Work Table, Tavern Table, Original Surface
New England, Circa 1730
A rare and commodious survivor in great surface


Antique Work/Tavern Table in Original Surface, New England, Circa 1730, angle view

The rectangular top features a generous overhang and has batten ends; retains original wood pegs that affix it to the plain apron with single long drawer. The top is raised on block, reel, baluster, and ring turned legs resting on original feet, joined by block and turned medial stretcher. (The table is nearly full height; some wear to feet; original dry red paint; period brasses are in original borings, however, they are not original. As depicted, an approximately 3 by 3-inch section of the rear-left corner has been repaired and the adjoining batten is an old working replacement with all else fine; dimensions: 26.25" high, 26.25 by 46")

$12,750

843-226


Antique Work/Tavern Table in Original Surface, New England, Circa 1730, entire view
Antique Work/Tavern Table in Original Surface, New England, Circa 1730, top detail
Antique Work/Tavern Table in Original Surface, New England, Circa 1730, handle detail



Tavern Table, Original Surface History
New England, Mid 18th Century
Maple and white pine, fine original condition


Tavern Table, Original Surface History
New England, Mid 18th Century, angle view

This example features fine proportions, robust turnings, and a good surface.
The perfectly balanced top with bread-board ends pinned to plain apron with drawer retaining original turned-pull. The block and turned legs joined by box stretcher are raised on turned feet remaining at full height. All aspects remain in fine original condition; nineteenth century grain paint over original red; top thinning to expose lovely red. (Dimensions: 26" H, 26.25 by 38" top.)

$6,400

492-103


Tavern Table, Original Surface History
New England, Mid 18th Century, entire view
Tavern Table, Original Surface History
New England, Mid 18th Century, top detail
Tavern Table, Original Surface History
New England, Mid 18th Century, leg detail



Large Tavern Table, Tap Table, Refectory Form, Bold Heavy Turning, Rich Color
South Eastern, Massachusetts, Circa 1720, Great Old Color, Original Surface
Classic details; deep apron, no drawer, shallow front and rear overhang, deep side overhang
Cherry and Pine


Large Antique Tavern Table in Refectory Form, Massachusetts, Circa 1720, angle view

(Some loss of height, ancient shrinkage crack to top, old water rings which we are able to have colored; H: 25.5", top: 27.25 by 51.75", overhang: 9")

$5,250

843-246


Large Antique Tavern Table in Refectory Form, Massachusetts, Circa 1720, entire view
Large Antique Tavern Table in Refectory Form, Massachusetts, Circa 1720, top view
Large Antique Tavern Table in Refectory Form, Massachusetts, Circa 1720, top detail



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A Period Queen Anne Tea Table, Tavern Table, Splayed Legs, Scalloped Aprons
New England, Circa 1725 to 1750 Maple
Mellow brown color with traces of original red wash of paint, full height
Published within Masterpieces of Furniture, by Verna Cook Salomonsky, Plate 43 - SOLD


A Period Queen Anne Tea Table, Tavern Table, Splayed Legs, Scalloped Aprons
New England, Circa 1725 to 1750
Maple, entire view 1

Examination of this rare and outstanding table was done to determine authenticity, specifically whether
the top was original to the base. The table, having turned legs joined by stretchers and scalloped aprons
features a mellow brown color with remaining evidence of red wash of paint. This red paint is more
noticeable at the more protected upper areas of base. The top was removed to examine it for previous
and present attachments. The top, which was originally held to its base with four wooden pegs, is now
held by screws. These screws are utilizing the original peg holes in the top. A deformed shape in the
wood of the top around the holes can be clearly seen on the underside. The wood movement and
shaping were caused from the top shrinking and expanding around the original wooden pins. The
present screws are small enough that they did not disturb this evidence and the shape of the square
wooden pin is still visible on the underside of the top. This same wooden pin evidence is still present in
the top of the legs. Two battens or cleats are attached to the underside of the top, most likely to
prevent it from cupping and keeping it relatively flat. A shadow line on the top of the base the thickness
of this batten is visible on the sides of the base which are not in contact with the battens. This shadow
line indicates that at some point this top was rotated 90-degrees. Several additional holes in the top of
the legs bear witness to this reattachment. All holes in the top of the legs can be accounted for between
the two different attachments and no additional holes are present. The coloration on the underside of
the top and on the inside of the aprons is consistent and the top shows no signs of not being original to
the base; the conclusion is that this is an authentic period table retaining its original top.
(H: 24.75"; top: 31.25 by 24.75")





SOLD

287-72




Antique Tavern Table, Worktable
New England, circa 1750
Maple and white pineSOLD


Antique Tavern Table, Worktable

New England, circa 1750

Maple and white pine, entire view 1

Rectangular top retaining original breadboard ends on plain apron containing dingle
drawer raised on robustly turned legs joined by box stretcher; original feet are full
height. Wonderful old honey color. (Height: 26"; top: 40" x 25.5")



SOLD

410-154




Work Table, William and Mary, Two Drawer,
Robust Turnings, Good Color Canada, Likely Quebec,
circa 1690-1740
Maple, birch, butternut and pine, original surface and turned wood drawer pull - SOLD


William and Mary Work Table,-Tavern,-Two-Drawer,-c1700-1720_view-2

The top with breadboard ends on a molded, otherwise plain apron containing two drawers. Robust turned legs [resting of full-height feet] joining medial stretcher. The table was built to survive, drawer fronts are very deep, secondary wood is heavy...massive dovetails that are vertically pegged front-and-back.
(Underside of second top was scored to remove cupping; one breadboard appears to be replaced as are drawer guides.
Height: 24.5"; top: 36.75


William and Mary Work Table,-Tavern,-Two-Drawer,-c1700-1720_view-1

William and Mary Work Table,-Tavern,-Two-Drawer,-c1700-1720_underside

SOLD

1136-8




Oval Top Tavern Table,
New England, Circa 1730 – 1750, Red Wash White pine and ash, a nice form in old dry surface… - SOLD


Oval Top Tavern Table New England, Circa 1730,  view 2

Although rarely encountered, the use of ash legs is sometimes found on Boston highboys. The Oval top raised on double-splayed block and ring-turned reverse-tapered legs resting on button feet; joined by plain apron and box stretcher. The red paint was likely refreshed during the 19th century when a neatly fashioned cleat with tapered ends was added; likely to facilitate the removal of slight cupping of top. We commissioned our expert cabinetmaker to carefully remove the top and photograph all aspects. The top appears to be the first and only top secured with original wooden pegs; cleat is affixed to top by square cut nails and a combination of handmade screws and later screws.

928-83 - SOLD




Queen Anne Tavern Table, Splay Legs, Oval Top, Scalloped Aprons, Turned Legs
New England, Circa 1725 to 1750
Maple
Mellow brown color with traces of original red wash of paint, full height
Published within Masterpieces of Furniture, by Verna Cook Salomonsky, Plate 43 - SOLD


Queen Anne Tavern Table, Splay Legs, Oval Top, Scalloped Aprons, Turned Legs
New England, Circa 1725 to 1750, angle view

Examination of this rare and outstanding table was done to determine authenticity, specifically whether the top was original to the base. The table, having turned legs joined by stretchers and scalloped aprons features a mellow brown color with remaining evidence of red wash of paint. This red paint is more noticeable at the more protected upper areas of base. The top was removed to examine it for previous and present attachments. The top, which was originally held to its base with four wooden pegs, is now held by screws. These screws are utilizing the original peg holes in the top. A deformed shape in the wood of the top around the holes can be clearly seen on the underside. The wood movement and shaping was caused from the top shrinking and expanding around the original wooden pins. The present screws are small enough that they did not disturb this evidence and the shape of the square wooden pin is still visible on the underside of the top. This same wooden pin evidence is still present in the top of the legs. Two battens or cleats are attached to the underside of the top, most likely to prevent it from cupping and keeping it relatively flat. A shadow line on the top of the base the thickness of this batten is visible on the sides of the base which are not in contact with the battens. This shadow line indicates that at some point this top was rotated 90-degrees. Several additional holes in the top of the legs bear witness to this reattachment. All holes in the top of the legs can be accounted for between the two different attachments and no additional holes are present. The coloration on the underside of the top and on the inside of the aprons is consistent and the top shows no signs of not being original to the base; the conclusion is that this is an authentic period table retaining its original top. (H: 24.75"; top: 31.25 by 24.75")

287-58 - SOLD




Chippendale Tavern Table, Work Table, Original Red Paint
New England, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Chippendale Tavern Table/Work Table in Original Red Paint, 18th Century, angle view

Large, nearly four-foot top with breadboard ends featuring mortise and tenon joinery; the top projecting above a plain apron containing a long-drawer displaying exposed dovetails; square beaded legs joined by box stretcher. (H: 29”, top: 43.75 by 24”)

593-76 - SOLD




Tavern Table with Drawer in Original Surface, AKA; Work or Tap Table
New England, 18th Century
Maple and pine - SOLD


Antique Tavern Table with Drawer in Original Surface, New England, 18th Century, angle view

Scrubbed rectangular top having applied molded edges on plain apron featuring long drawer, the whole raised on baluster turned legs ending in cylindrical feet; the legs joined by box stretcher (Cleats added to underside of top at short end of apron; H: 26.25”; top: 26.5 by 41.5”)

424-82 - SOLD




Queen Anne Tavern Table, Work, Tap, Great Surface and Color, Button Feet, Drawer
New England, 18th Century
Maple and Pine - SOLD


Antique Queen Anne Tavern/Work Table with Great Surface and Color, 18th Century, angle view

Please call for full description, and/or enthusiastic discussion.
(H: 27.25”, top: 23 by 42”)

 

1106-18 - SOLD




Tavern Table, Cleaned to Original and Strong Red Paint
Found in Maine, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Tanvern Table in Original Red Paint, 18th Century, angle view 1

(An honest table, great pigment; some loss of height (feet), minor imperfections constant with age and use; H: 26", top: 26 by 42")

639-6 - SOLD




Queen Anne Tavern Table, Overhanging Top, Drawer, Pad Feet
New England, 18th Century
This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested - SOLD


Antique Queen Anne Tavern Table with Pad Feet, New England, 18th Century, angle view

(Scrubbed top, minor imperfections; 42.5 by 27.25 by 26.25")

271-46 - SOLD




Table, Chippendale, Tavern, Tap, Work, Reeded Legs, Old Red Paint
New England, Circa 1775ish
Pine and maple - SOLD


Table, Chippendale, Tavern, Tap, Work, Reeded Legs, Old Red Paint

New England, Circa 1775ish, angle view

The rectangular top with breadboard ends is pined to plain apron (molded lower edge) joining reeded square legs. (Good condition; H: 26.25": top: 28.5 by 35.5")

127-12 - SOLD




Table, William and Mary, Rare Small Size, Great Surface, Tavern, Tap
New England
18th Century
Maple and pine - SOLD


Table, William and Mary, Rare Small Size, Great Surface, Tavern, Tap

New England

18th Century, angle view

A rare diminutive size displaying original surface, once over-painted with thin pigment that did not survive the vestiges of time; only scattered traces of paint remain.
(Some height loss, else fine and original; dimensions: H: 22"; top: 16.5 by 28"

718-36 - SOLD




Windsor Tavern Table, Original Surface, Rectangular Top
Late 18th Century
New England - SOLD


Windsor Tavern Table, Original Surface, Rectangular Top

Late 18th Century, angle view

The top featuring a wonderful dry surface is raised on turned legs joined by double box-stretcher; table remains at full height; one breadboard replaced, else fine.
(H: 26", top: 36.5 by 23.5")

336-133 - SOLD




Tavern Table, Small Size, William and Mary
New England
Circa 1730 - SOLD


Tavern Table, Small Size, William and Mary

New England

Circa 1730, angle view

Rectangular top with breadboard ends on plain apron with single drawer raised on nicely turned legs joined by box stretcher; original feet; surface refreshed.
(H: 26"; top: 29.75 by 22.25")

1022-5 - SOLD




Tavern Table with Drawer, Original Surface History, Exceptional turnings
Boston or South Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1740 to 1760
White pine, maple, tulip poplar and birch - SOLD


Tavern Table with Drawer, Original Surface History, Exceptional turnings

Boston or South Shore, Massachusetts

Circa 1740 to 1760, angle view

The pine top featuring boldly-molded edges is pinned to the maple frame and has a molded lower edge. The drawer with thumb-molded maple facing, poplar sides and back, and birch bottom appears to retain original brass hardware. The block and turned legs featuring single elongated baluster and crisp reel turnings are raised on ball feet, and are joined by molded box stretcher. The table displays nice nineteenth century red paint over salmon over original black.

410-111 - SOLD




Tavern Table, Original Condition, Great Patina
New England
18th Century
Maple - SOLD


Tavern Table, Original Condition, Great Patina

New England

18th Century, angle view

Rectangular top with breadboard ends pinned to plain apron with single drawer having turned pull; baluster turned legs joined by box-stretcher raised on turned feet. There are a few tight shrinkage fissures in top with all else fine.
(H: 28"; top: 28 by 39.5")

956-13 - SOLD




Table, Tavern Table
South Eastern, Massachusetts or Rhode Island
Circa 1730 to 1740
Maple, chestnut and pine
Rare Small Size - SOLD


Table, Tavern Table

South Eastern, Massachusetts or Rhode Island

Circa 1730 to 1740, angle view

The rectangular maple top has breadboard ends that were simply affixed with nails; top rests on a plain apron decorated with quirk bead molding and contains a short drawer made of chestnut with a pine front. The drawer is of dovetail construction and is entirely pegged; pegs are the same shape as those securing apron and stretcher joints. The baluster turned legs are full height and are joined by the box stretcher having conforming bead molding. (H: 24.75"; Top: 29 by 18.75".)

287-48 - SOLD




Tavern Table, Queen Anne
Connecticut or Rhode Island
Circa 1760-1770
Maple with figure - SOLD


Tavern Table, Queen Anne

Connecticut or Rhode Island

Circa 1760-1770, angle view

As depicted, generously proportioned top retaining original bread-board ends pinned to plain apron with bead-molded lower edge raised on turned tapering legs resting on pad-feet. (Height: 26"; top: 28.5 x 41".)

270-77 - SOLD




Tavern Table
New England
18th Century - SOLD


Tavern Table

New England

18th Century, angle view

The rectangular pine top on molded apron raised on turned legs joined by box stretcher; button feet are full height. Top attached with 19th century screws...one screw in each peg aperture. Old, probably 19th century black paint.
Dimensions: 23" high, 30.5 by 21.25" top.

270-71 - SOLD




Stretcher Base Tavern Table
Pennsylvania
Circa 1710-1740
White oak and poplar - SOLD


Stretcher Base Tavern Table

Pennsylvania

Circa 1710-1740, angle view

As depicted, the rectangular top with molded edge is pinned to the plain apron which is raised on turned legs joined by turned medial stretcher. The single drawer is joined with large dovetails typical of the early period; feet are full height.
It appears that the cleats were added later in the tables life to "pull down" the top approximating shrinkage fissures. The drawers turned wood pull is a replacement. (Height: 29"; Top: 32.5 x 23".)

107-64 - SOLD




Tavern Table, Rectangular Top, Splay Leg
New England
18th Century
Maple - SOLD


Tavern Table, Rectangular Top, Splay Leg

New England

18th Century, angle view

Generously overhung tip on plain apron with beaded edge raised on baluster turned legs joined by box stretcher resting on button feet. Old refinish; good color. Dimensions: 27" H, 34 by 21.75" top.

184-28 - SOLD




Tavern Table
New England
18th Century
Maple and pine - SOLD


Tavern Table

New England

18th Century, angle view

The overhanging top on plain apron having single drawer; turned legs joined by box stretcher and raised on button feet. Imperfections. (Height: 26.5"; top: 25.75 x 41")

718-18 - SOLD




An Outstanding Diminutive Tavern-Table
Maple...including top
North Shore Massachusetts-Coastal New Hampshire
Circa 1740 - SOLD


An Outstanding Diminutive Tavern-Table

Maple...including top

North Shore Massachusetts-Coastal New Hampshire

Circa 1740, angle view

This tiny tea table of superb form has survived in remarkable condition. The rectangular top with more than generous overhang retains its original wood pegs; top was tightened by the addition of four similar size pegs all in close proximity to originals. Top is fastened to apron with single drawer; apron raised on terrific turned legs detailed by reels, compressed ball and ring turnings. All edges of inside and outside of stretchers and the apron rails are molded and are crisp with full detail as are the beautiful ball feet-each retaining full pad. The long drawer beneath the deeply chamfered top retains its original knob which is turned of ash. Although the table experienced no insult or abuse and it retains traces of red stain...it was long ago refinished. The top measures 33 by 20 3/8"; height: 24 3/8".

287-50 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com

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