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

Exceptional Chippendale Carved Cherrywood Tilt-Top Tea Table, Attributed to Eliphalet Chapin (1741-1807), East Windsor, Connecticut, Circa 1780
Estimate
6,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 12,500 USD
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1112

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

Exceptional Chippendale Carved Cherrywood Tilt-Top Tea Table, Attributed to Eliphalet Chapin (1741-1807), East Windsor, Connecticut, Circa 1780
Estimate
6,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 12,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Americana

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New York

Exceptional Chippendale Carved Cherrywood Tilt-Top Tea Table, Attributed to Eliphalet Chapin (1741-1807), East Windsor, Connecticut, Circa 1780
appears to retain its original surface.
Height 27 1/2 in. by Width 36 1/4 in. by Depth 35 1/2 in.
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Provenance

Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques, LLC., Colchester, Connecticut.

Catalogue Note

A candlestand with a very similarly turned shaft is illustrated in Thomas P. Kugelman and Alice K. Kugelman with Robert Lionetti,  Connecticut Valley Furniture: Eliphalet Chapin and His Contemporaries, 1750-1800 (Hartford, CT: Connecticut Historical Society Museum: Distributed by University Press of New England, 2005), p. 137, fig. 3.8.

Important Americana

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New York