866
866

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF BRIAN AND ROBIN PHILLIPS

The Burd-Peale Family Very Fine and Rare Pair of Classical Carved and Figured Mahogany Console Tables, Attributed to Henry Connelly (1770-1826) or Adam Haines (1768-1846), Philadelphia, circa 1810
Estimate
12,00015,000
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866

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF BRIAN AND ROBIN PHILLIPS

The Burd-Peale Family Very Fine and Rare Pair of Classical Carved and Figured Mahogany Console Tables, Attributed to Henry Connelly (1770-1826) or Adam Haines (1768-1846), Philadelphia, circa 1810
Estimate
12,00015,000
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The Burd-Peale Family Very Fine and Rare Pair of Classical Carved and Figured Mahogany Console Tables, Attributed to Henry Connelly (1770-1826) or Adam Haines (1768-1846), Philadelphia, circa 1810

Provenance

Sarah Burd (1748-1829), Philadelphia (Sarah Burd was the well-known daughter of Edward Burd, prothonotary of the Supreme Court, and Granddaughter of Sara Shippen Burd, wife of Colonel James Burd of the French and lndian War fame. She was the grand niece of Chief Justice Tench Francis and grand daughter of Chief Justice Edward Shippen as well as Edward Shippen who was the first mayor of Philadelphia);
Mary Jane Peale (1827-1902), Philadelphia (Mary Jane Peale was the daughter of Rubens Peale and granddaughter of Charles Wilson Peale. Her mother was Eliza Patterson Peale who was the relative of Sarah Peale);
Thence by descent in the family of Mary Jane Peale.

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