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Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny
Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York
Date/Period: Circa 1920


Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, entire view

Measurement: Height: 30.5"; top: 29" x 51.5"

Material: Mixed woods…the center motif dyed

Condition: Outstanding original condition

Additional Information: A monumental and noteworthy American folk art expression, a
highpoint of gentleman’s quilting [marquetry] inspired and unique…6,462 carefully cut
pieces assembled to display and amazingly creative, and masterful composition.

Outstanding artistic expression, male quilting, an apt definition on a basic level,
applying bits and pieces of wood [marquetry] rather than scraps of cloth used to create
quilts. Quilting and marquetry both fill flat surfaces with patterns.

The successful design, perfect symmetry, exuberant top, apron and medial shelf
display the fine and exacting workmanship of a master craftsman of great patience.
Each decorative element including the layered chip carved pieces ornamenting edges,
borders and surfaces work in concert forming a unified whole, a tribute to the
imagination, originality, and exceptional skill of the maker who owned a grocery store.

A clock consisting of 22,000 individual pieces of marquetry, made by the same artist
appeared in Ripley's Believe it or Not. Mr. Konieczny invested 4.5-years of his life,
working 8-hours per/day to complete the project.

$12,500.00

327-23


Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, entire view

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, entire view 3

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, entire view 4

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, entire view 5

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, entire view 6

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, detail view 1

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, detail view 2

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, detail view 3

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, detail view 4

Marquetry Decorated Folk Art Table, A MASTERPIECE by Joseph Konieczny Signed Underside: Joseph Konieczny, 6462 Pieces [Rochester, New York, detail view 5



William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint,
New England, Likely Massachusetts
Date/Period: 1725-1760


William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view

Measurement: Height: 25"; top: 33.75" x 23.75".

Material: Maple and white pine

Condition: Excellent original condition including intact feet.

Additional Information: The oval top with generous overhang pined to canted
rectangular apron (straight ends) having molded lower edge and containing a
conforming drawer [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 tables early working life over
original surface history.

$19,500.00

745-276


William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view 2

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view 3

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view 5

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view 6

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, top view

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, underside view

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, underside view 2

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, leg view

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, drawer view

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, drawer view 2

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, drawer detail view 1

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, drawer detail view 2

William and Mary Tavern Table, Old Red Paint, New England, Likely Massachusetts, drawer underside



Sawbuck Braced Table, 18th Century, Hudson River Valley, New York
Date/Period: Circa 1770 - SOLD


Sawbuck Braced Table, 18th Century, Hudson River Valley, New York, entire view

Measurement: Height: 25"; top: 41.75" x 24.5"

Material: Pine, hand wrought nails

Condition: Very good, historic surface…scarcely encountered blue-green over soft gray
paint. Outstanding patina.

Additional Information: A simple solution serving a functional need, a form found in
New York State’s Hudson Valley.

SOLD

745-271


Sawbuck Braced Table, 18th Century, Hudson River Valley, New York, entire view 2

Sawbuck Braced Table, 18th Century, Hudson River Valley, New York, entire view 3

Sawbuck Braced Table, 18th Century, Hudson River Valley, New York, entire view 4

Sawbuck Braced Table, 18th Century, Hudson River Valley, New York, top view



Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table
Date/Period: 1750-1760


Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, entire view

Measurement: Height: 24.75 inches; Top: 24.5 x 36 inches

Material: Pine top and apron, maple legs

Condition: This table is a survivor; condition is constant with use and age. The drawer
face has lost a small piece at the lower right (proper) corner. Only one breadboard
remains; due to shrinkage of the top causing pressure against the length and thickness
of pins…the pin-channels were compromised early in the tables useful life as is
evidenced by smooth consistent wear and uniform color of the tops end and within the
exposed [wood loss] channel. An honest vestige of time.

Additional Information: This is one of those scarce examples that survived without
alteration. The overhanging rectangular pinned well-scrubbed top with bread-board end
displays a rich dry patina…the top is over a plain conforming apron with single long
drawer retaining old turned wooden pull; raised on baluster turned legs [joined by a box
stretcher] and resting on full height button feet. The paint appears to be original. As
depicted, the table features successful small proportions and strong presence.

$7,575.00

745-239


Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, top view

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, entire view 2

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, entire view 3

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, entire view 4

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, bottom view

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, detail view

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, detail view 2

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, detail view 3

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, detail view 4

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, detail view 5

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, knob back detail

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, detail view 6

Tavern Table, Original…Red Paint, A Good new England Table, detail view 7



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, William and Mary Worktable with Drawer, Old Red Paint
Probably Southshore of Massachusetts
Date/Period: Circa 1740


Tavern Table, William and Mary Worktable with Drawer, Old Red Paint Probably Southshore of Massachusetts, entire view

Measurement: Top: 37.75" x 23.75"; height: 23.5"

Material: Maple and white pine

Condition: Very good, loss to feet, paint is probably early to mid-19th century.

Additional Information: The rectangular top with breadboard ends on a plain apron
containing a single drawer having its original wooden pull. Table is raised on turned legs
joined by box stretcher.

$1,450.00

1072-131


Tavern Table, William and Mary Worktable with Drawer, Old Red Paint Probably Southshore of Massachusetts, entire view 2



Tavern Table, New England, Original Red Paint
Date/Period: 1750-1790


Tavern Table, New England, Original Red Paint, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 25.5"; top: 26.5" x 43.5"

Material: Pine and maple

Condition: Very good, commensurate with age and use

Additional Information: Rectangular top with breadboard ends on a plain apron
accommodating a single long drawer…raised on block and turned legs continuing to
button feet joining box stretcher.

$3,250.00

1278-3


Tavern Table, New England, Original Red Paint, entire view 2

Tavern Table, New England, Original Red Paint, entire view 3

Tavern Table, New England, Original Red Paint, entire view 4



Tavern Table, Cut Corner Top, Historic Painted Surface, Soulful
Date/Period: Mid-18th Century


Tavern Table, Cut Corner Top, Historic Painted Surface, Soulful, entire view 1

Measurement: Top: 23 by 28.5”, height: 23”

Material: Pine top and apron, maple legs and stretcher, painted surface

Condition: This soulful well-used table is functional, some of the original rosehead nails
securing the top are lose, loss of height, else fine.

Additional Information: The generously overhung top on plain apron with beaded
edge; the apron joining splayed block and turned legs joined by box stretcher. Beautiful
surface consisting of a blueish-green over red paint. Paint appears to be early 19th
century and displays a wonderful dry patina.

$6,950.00

745-215


Tavern Table, Cut Corner Top, Historic Painted Surface, Soulful, entire view 1

Tavern Table, Cut Corner Top, Historic Painted Surface, Soulful, entire view 3

Tavern Table, Cut Corner Top, Historic Painted Surface, Soulful, top view

Tavern Table, Cut Corner Top, Historic Painted Surface, Soulful, underside view

Tavern Table, Cut Corner Top, Historic Painted Surface, Soulful, detail view



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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