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Early American Tea Table, A.K.A. Tavern Table, Historic Surface, Green Paint
Date/Period: 1725-1750


Early American Tea Table, A.K.A. Tavern Table, Historic Surface, Green Paint, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 24"; Top: 34.5" x 23.75"

Material: Maple and pine

Condition: Very good, feet at full height, shrinkage crack to top; early 19th century
green over red paint.

Additional Information: Oval overhanging projecting above a square skirt raised on
block and turned legs joined by box stretcher; turnip feet.

$8,600.00

1378-4


Early American Tea Table, A.K.A. Tavern Table, Historic Surface, Green Paint, entire view 2

Early American Tea Table, A.K.A. Tavern Table, Historic Surface, Green Paint, top view

Early American Tea Table, A.K.A. Tavern Table, Historic Surface, Green Paint, underside view



Queen Anne Porringer-top Tea Table, Rhode Island, Curly Maple
Rhode Island or Southeastern Massachusetts
Date/Period: 1740-1760 SOLD


Queen Anne Porringer-top Tea Table, Rhode Island, Curly Maple Rhode Island or Southeastern Massachusetts, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 26"; top: 37.5" x 24.5"

Material: Maple with some figure

Condition: Very good original condition; trivial vestiges of time such as a tight
shrinkage fissure. Scattered staining to top. The table displays a robust patina.

Additional Information: The rectangular top featuring larger than standard outset
cusped rounded corners projecting above the traditional classic Newport style apron
having corner brackets. The table is raised on block and turned tapering legs resting on
pad feet; the pads under feet remain intact.

Reference: See Fine Points of Early American Furniture by Albert Sack, Schiffer
Publishing, 2007; page 247…for a closely related example of which Sack graded it as
“BEST”.

SOLD

270-190


Queen Anne Porringer-top Tea Table, Rhode Island, Curly Maple Rhode Island or Southeastern Massachusetts, entire view 2

Queen Anne Porringer-top Tea Table, Rhode Island, Curly Maple Rhode Island or Southeastern Massachusetts, underside



Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut
Date/Period: 18th Century


Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, entire view 1

Measurement: Height 26.25"; top open: 38.25" x 38" top closed: 38.25" x 18"

Material: Cherry

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: Quite possibly a unique design; serpentine shaped top with
double concave shaped corners on apron with beaded lower edge raised on fluted
square legs joining a high “H” stretcher; each end of stretcher rails featuring double
spurs. Uniquely shaped fly rails likely inspired by butterfly table designs. The table
displays wonderful color and a rich patina.

$3,750.00

605-122


Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, entire view 2

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, entire view 3

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, entire view 4

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, top view

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, underside

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, detail view 1

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, detail view 2



Tiptop Breakfast or Tea Table, Serpentine Top, Paint Decorated
New England
Date/Period: Circa 1790-1810


Tiptop Breakfast or Tea Table, Serpentine Top, Paint Decorated New England, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 27.75"; top: 30.75" x 30"

Material: Maple

Condition: Structurally sound and original, losses to paint on top s depicted.

Additional Information: Serpentine-top breakfast table, the top tilting above an urn-
turned standard and tripod base on cabriole legs ending in ridged snake feet.
Nineteenth century floral decoration to top.

$575.00

424-351


Tiptop Breakfast or Tea Table, Serpentine Top, Paint Decorated New England, entire view 2

Tiptop Breakfast or Tea Table, Serpentine Top, Paint Decorated New England, entire view 3



Queen Anne tea Table, Painted & Decorated Surface
Massachusetts, circa 1790


Queen Anne tea Table, Painted & Decorated Surface
Massachusetts, circa 1790, entire view 1

The round tip-top on urn-turned standard raised on nicely carved cabriole legs resting
on ridged pad feet. Early Victorian paint displays a dry patina. The two board top
displays shrinkage separation which will be easily be rectified.
(Very good condition; height: 26.5"; top diameter: 23")


Queen Anne tea Table, Painted & Decorated Surface
Massachusetts, circa 1790, entire view 2

Queen Anne tea Table, Painted & Decorated Surface
Massachusetts, circa 1790, entire view 3

Queen Anne tea Table, Painted & Decorated Surface
Massachusetts, circa 1790, entire view 4

Queen Anne tea Table, Painted & Decorated Surface
Massachusetts, circa 1790, detail view

$785.00

572-102




Queen Anne Table
New England
Circa 1780


Queen Anne Table
New England
Circa 1780, entire view

A New England cherry wood table retaining its original red stain, stylistically within the Queen Anne tradition, evidenced by the beauty of the delicate leg and superb proportions enhancing the simple elegance of the Federal period.

The legs are pinned into the apron and are terminated by beautiful turned feet with full magnificent pads that are remarkably crisp and at full original height The top with generous proportion is above a single dovetailed drawer with perfect molded edge; secondary wood is pine; drawer bottom is lap construction affixed with original rose head nails.

Top dimensions: 30 3/8 by 18"; Case dimensions: 24 3/4 by 13 3/8; height: 27.5".

$12,750

910-1


Queen Anne Table
New England
Circa 1780, angle view
Queen Anne Table
New England
Circa 1780, leg detail




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