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Chippendale Tavern Table, Tap Table, Original Red Paint
Date/Period: 1760-1800 - SOLD


Chippendale Tavern Table, Tap Table, Original Red Paint, entire view

Measurement: Height: 24.75"; top: 28.25" x 22.25"

Material: Pine, original red paint

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: The cleats on underside of top are joined by a cross stretcher;
sturdy square legs with stretchers joined by large half-dovetails. Wonderful surface.

SOLD

479-17




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, 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




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




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




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





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