1089
1089

DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN FURNITURE AND FOLK ART FROM THE COLLECTION OF ANNIE ABRAM AND STEVE NOVAK

Important Red-Painted Butternut Shaker One Drawer Work Table with Stretchers, Elder Timothy Hubbard (1742-1814), New Lebanon, New York, Circa 1800
Estimate
12,00018,000
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1089

DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN FURNITURE AND FOLK ART FROM THE COLLECTION OF ANNIE ABRAM AND STEVE NOVAK

Important Red-Painted Butternut Shaker One Drawer Work Table with Stretchers, Elder Timothy Hubbard (1742-1814), New Lebanon, New York, Circa 1800
Estimate
12,00018,000
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Details & Cataloguing

Important Americana

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New York

Important Red-Painted Butternut Shaker One Drawer Work Table with Stretchers, Elder Timothy Hubbard (1742-1814), New Lebanon, New York, Circa 1800
appears to retain its original red wash surface; signed in chalk on back of drawer Timothy Hubbard.
Height 26 1/2 in. by Width 19 1/2 in. by Depth 16 3/4 in.
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Provenance

Suzanne Courcier-Robert W. Wilkins, Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts;
John Keith Russell Antiques, South Salem, New York.

Literature

Timothy D. Rieman and Jean M. Burks, Encyclopedia of Shaker Furniture, (Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2003), fig. 213.

Catalogue Note

Possibly the earliest documented example of Shaker furniture.  Elder Timothy Hubbard who made and signed this piece stopped working in 1806.

Important Americana

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New York