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Three Part Dining Table, Late Federal Style, Within the Circle of Thomas Seymour
Probably Boston, Circa 1820
Displaying exquisite design, masterful craftsmanship and remarkable condition; a scarcely encountered and outstanding survivor - SOLD


Antique Three Part Federal Style Dining Table, Boston, Circa 1820, closed angle view

Mahogany, primary; birch, maple and eastern white pine, secondary; original iron hinges with added brass “leaf clips” on underside of top and leaves.
The present table is similar in design and many construction details to published examples known to have been produced within the Seymour shop, though likely made by a journeyman working for Seymour.
This item just in, please contact us to receive full 2006 report by Robert Mussey, Jr., author of The Furniture Masterworks of John & Thomas Seymour
The finish was previously expertly stripped and beautifully refinished. Original nails securing the side rail assemblies of the central section were removed at some time and replaced with screws; this is visible from the underside only. The table is in fine, stable condition; ready for daily service. (H: 28.75”, overall L: 103 by 50”, (three sections) with leaves in down position: 61.25 by 50”)

1147-1 - SOLD




Chippendale Drop-Leaf Dining Table
New England, butternut
Circa 1780-1800 - SOLD


Chippendale Drop-Leaf Dining Table
New England, butternut
Circa 1780-1800, entire view

The rectangular top with thumb-molded rule-joint on a plain apron raised on molded square legs. Nice old color and fine condition. (Height: 28"; Top (leaves up): 41 x 44"; Top (leaves down): 14.25 x 44".)

704-2 - SOLD




Queen Anne Drop leaf Dining Table
Likely Salem, Massachusetts, Circa 1760 to 1770
Beautiful dense mahogany - SOLD


Antique Queen Anne Drop Leaf Dining Table, Massachusetts, Circa 1760, closed angle view

The rectangular top and drop-leaves above a shaped skirt raised on cabriole legs resting on pad feet. (H: 28"; top open: 52 by 52"; closed: 52 by 19")

1164-5 - SOLD





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