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Federal Card Table, Serpentine, Ovolo Corners, Three Paneled Veneered Skirt
North Shore, Massachusetts, Circa 1810
Old, possibly original surface - SOLD


Antique Federal Card Table with Ovolo Corners, Massachusetts, Circa 1810, angle view

Hinged top, serpentine front, half-serpentine sides; canted ovolo corners above the conforming frieze featuring cross-banded panels, The corners with engaged half round ring-turned colonnettes continuing to turned tapering reeded legs having ring turned cuffs, continuing to tapered feet. (Any imperfections are minor, and commensurate with age and use; please call for full description. H: 30”, top closed: 16.75 by 35.75”, top open: 33.75 by 35.75”)

SOLD

270-82




Federal Dressing Table, Branded T.S. Bowles, (Owner of Table) Portsmouth, New Hampshire, circa 1805-1820 A rare and important table constructed of birds-eye maple, mahogany, rosewood, satinwood and ebony veneers…and white pine SOLD


 280-8_Dressing-Table,-NH

The brand refers to the elegant Sheraton table’s owner, Thomas Salter Bowles (1785-1853), a mathematical instrument maker (compasses etc.) working on Daniel St. in Portsmouth 1805-1820. The table was likely made by Portsmouth cabinetmaker Langley Boardman (1774-1833). Elliptical and serpentine form; contrasting veneer of highly figured bird’s-eye maple centered by mahogany banding; top and legs are mahogany. Elegant tall, turned, tapering, reeded legs continuing to elongated feet. The table features a shaped-top and deck with bird’s-eye maple veneered drawer fronts and case-sides, bordered with cross-banding. The table is in excellent condition and retains its original brasses. (Height: 37.5”, width: 36”, depth: 17.5”) See plate 23, pp. 147, 148 of Brock Jobe’s Portsmouth Furniture, Masterworks from the New Hampshire Seacoast. Also, page 53, plate 29C, Four Centuries of Furniture in Portsmouth with the New Hampshire Furniture Masters by Gerald W.R. Ward. Branded T.S. Bowles., Thomas Salter Bowles baptized in Portsmouth, N.H. in 1785. An advertisement in the Portsmouth Oracle for May 3, 1806 notes that Bowles, a mathematical instrument maker had taken a shop on Daniel Street and that his wares included “Azimuth and brass Compasses, wood and Hanging Compasses”. Bowles was still in business in 1821. Ref: Silvio A. Bedini, Early American Scientific Instruments and Their Makers (Washington, D.C. 1964, pp. 124-126. Bowles married Abiah Emery Bradley 29 September 1813; died 26 July 1853.

280-8 - SOLD




A Fine Inlaid Federal Card-Table
Mahogany, elliptical front...blocked ends
Probably Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Circa 1800-1810 - SOLD


A Fine Inlaid Federal Card-Table
Mahogany, elliptical front...blocked ends
Probably Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Circa 1800-1810, angle view

This example, having a folding top with an elliptical front, square corners and inlaid edges on a conforming base centering an oval set within a frame flanked by string inlaid panels having concave corners bordered by blocked ends with string inlaid panels all above checkered stringing. The table is raised on delicate ring-turned reeded tapering legs. Excellent condition. Height: 29.25"; Top (closed): 29 by 17.5"; Top (open): 29 by 35".

270-22 - SOLD




Federal Card Table, Demi Lune
Probably New Hampshire
Circa 1800
Mahogany - SOLD


Federal Card Table, Demi Lune
Probably New Hampshire
Circa 1800, angle view

The half-round tops feature pattern-inlaid edges above a figured mahogany apron with barber-pole inlaid borders. The table rests on tapered legs ornamented with distinctive multi-color autumn tree inlays and naïve graduated shields. (H: 28.25"; top (closed): 16.75 by 34"; top (open): 33.5 by 34")

270-81 - SOLD




Card Table, Federal Period, Inlaid, Five Shells
Possibly by William Lloyd (1779 to 1845)
Springfield, Massachusetts
Circa 1805
Mahogany, mahogany veneer, mixed woods inlay, pine secondary wood - SOLD


Card Table, Federal Period, Inlaid, Five Shells
Possibly by William Lloyd (1779 to 1845)
Springfield, Massachusetts
Circa 1805, angle view

The rectangular top (Nearly square when open) with ovolo corners having inlayed edge above a conforming frieze ornamented by a large inlaid shell which is centered by inlaid panels; string inlay decorates the ovolo corners and above each leg are inlaid shells; lower edge of apron is inlayed. The table is raised on inlayed double-tapered legs. The intricate inlay patterns set within edges of top, the use of holly wood, and the maple fly-rail may be assigned to Lloyd shop tradition.
(Dimensions: 30" H, 35.75 by 17.75" closed top, 35.75 by 35.5" open top.)

185-61 - SOLD




Card Table, Classical, Acanthus Carved Scrolled Saber Legs with Bosses, Brass Paw Casters
Massachusetts, Likely Boston, Circa 1820 - SOLD


Antique Classical Card Table with Acanthus Carved Saber Legs, Circa 1820, angle view

The top features a molded edge; brass inlayed corners above ogee apron, columnar pedestal; solid mahogany and mahogany veneers
(H: 26.75”, top open: 35.75 by 34.75”, top closed: 17.75 by 34.75”)

759-9 - SOLD




Table, Card Table, Hepplewhite, Inlay to Legs in the Circle of John Dunlap Jr.
New Hampshire, 1800 to 1810
Cherry - SOLD


Table, Card Table, Hepplewhite, Inlay to Legs in the Circle of John Dunlap Jr.
New Hampshire, 1800 to 1810, entire view

(Very good condition; H: 27.75", top closed: 35 by 17.5", top open: 35 by 35")
See The Dunlap Cabinet Makers: A Tradition in Craftsmanship by Philip Zea and Donald Dunlap, pp. 57-65. Also, The Dunlap's and Their Furniture: The Currier Gallery of Art by Charles parsons, plate 88.

1079-2 - SOLD




Demilune Table, Country Hall Table, Original Spanish Brown Paint
New England, Early 19th Century
Half round top raised on delicate turned legs joined by tri part apron/frame - SOLD


Demilune Table, Country Hall Table, Original Spanish Brown Paint
New England, Early 19th Century, entire view

(H: 31.25"; W: 30.25"; D: 17.5")

191-443 - SOLD




Card Table, Federal
Coastal North Shore
Circa 1810
Mahogany, birch, flame birch veneer, and white pine - SOLD


Card Table, Federal
Coastal North Shore
Circa 1810, entire view

The hinged rectangular top with serpentine front and sides, scratch-beaded edge, and ovolo corners above a conforming apron featuring magnificently figured birch veneers within cross-banded and string inlayed panels; reeded engaged colonettes above ring- turned and tapered legs having ring-turned cuffs above tapered cylindrical feet. Extremely minor imperfections. (H: 30.25"; top (closed): 35 by 17: top (open) 35 by 34")

695-1 - SOLD




Federal Card Table, Games table, Serpentine Front and Sides, Small Size
Coastal New Hampshire
Circa 1800
Curly maple, figured birch and pine - SOLD


Federal Card Table, Games table, Serpentine Front and Sides, Small Size
Coastal New Hampshire
Circa 1800, entire view

Serpentine top with conforming front and sides featuring canted/ovolo corners above outset reel turned tapered fluted legs having distinctive rounded carved tops continuing to bottle-form feet. The turret-form tops of legs are cleverly veneered to match apron veneered in vigorously grained figured birch with inlaid painted edge. The old surface is mellow and very pleasing; excellent overall condition; the underside retains two massive corner glue-blocks; rear blocks are missing, else fine.
(H: 29.75"; top closed: 34.25 by 17.25"; top open: 34.25 by 34.5")

759-5 - SOLD




Card Table, Federal, Sheraton
Attributed to Joshua Emery (1788 to 1870)
Loudon Area, New Hampshire
Circa 1820
Birch, maple, mahogany veneer banding - SOLD


Card Table, Federal, Sheraton
Attributed to Joshua Emery (1788 to 1870)
Loudon Area, New Hampshire
Circa 1820, entire view

This rectangular, hinged-top example with ovolo-corners, serpentine sides and front above a conforming apron featuring a central flame-birch inlaid panel within rectangular mahogany veneered banding. The front and side aprons are similarly veneered in highly figured birch within banding. The table is raised on tapered ring-turned legs with rounded flutes and ringed cuffs above inverted pear-shaped feet; all elements feature rounded edges. This table is related to a cohesive group of furniture that remained in the Bachelder and Sanborn families, their ancestral homes only three-miles apart. The Emery shop was located five-miles from the Bachelder and Sanborn homes. (Other information available) All glue-blocks are original; old surface. Dimensions: H: 30", top: 17.5 by 37".

270-85 - SOLD




An Outstanding Chippendale Games Table
American or English
Mahogany
Circa 1775 - SOLD


An Outstanding Chippendale Games Table
American or English
Mahogany
Circa 1775, entire view

An exceedingly nice example made of the best dense carved mahogany; the hinged rectangular top with molded edge above the conforming molded apron rail raised on square molded carved legs. The double flying rail/leg design is of "filler back" construction; the rear of the molded legs butt to the inner rail creating a uniform .75" gap between flying and fixed rail rather than the usual spacers. The flying rails are masterfully hinged at the outside corners allowing for seating on all sides. The mahogany is dense and beautiful; outstanding quality craftsmanship. (Height: 28.5"; Top (open): 34 x 33.5"; Top (closed): 34 x 16.75")

270-7 - SOLD




Card Table, Games Table, Federal
New England
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Card Table, Games Table, Federal
New England
Circa 1800, entire view

Serpentine sides with elliptical front centered by block ends; raised on double tapered legs; inlaid top edge, banded apron, inlaid legs. Very good condition.
Dimensions: 28.75" H, 35.75 by 17.25" top when closed, 35.75 by 34.5" top when opened.

1008-2 - SOLD


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