Candle-Stand w/ Serpentine Top, Connecticut River Valley

Candle-Stand w/ Serpentine Top, Connecticut River Valley, Image 1

As depicted, the serpentine top with tight lines is crisply chamfered at sides and is affixed to cherry cleat that receives the tapered column with urn above spool turnings; raised on ridged cabriole legs terminated by pad feet. The legs and pedestal are notched and shaped where joined at base. A successful Chippendale expression made during the Federal period, perhaps Deerfield, Massachusetts.

Date: Circa 1790-1800

Measurement: Height: 26"; top: 18.25 x 17.75".)

Material: Cherry

Condition: Excellent condition; old refinish.



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