HAZARD FAMILY RARE QUEEN ANNE CARVED AND FIGURED MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, SOUTH KINGSTOWN, RHODE ISLAND, CIRCA 1760
Probably Carder Hazard (1734–1792), South Kingstown, Rhode Island, or his brother, George Hazard (1724–1791), South Kingstown and Newport, Rhode Island;
by descent to Carder Hazard son Dr. George Hazard (1763–1829), South Kingstown, Rhode Island;
by descent to his daughter Mrs. Attmore Robinson (née Laura Hazard, 1819–1915), Wakefield, Rhode Island;
by descent to her son, George Hazard Robinson (1847–1919), New York;
by descent to his daughter, Mrs. William B. Donnell (née Laura Robinson, born 1874), New York;
by descent to her granddaughter;
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Leo S. Bing;
Christie's, New York, Important American Furniture January 16, 2004, sale1279, lot 433;
Juliana Terian, New York;
to the present owner.
Patricia E. Kane (et al.), Art and Industry in Early America: Rhode Island Furniture, 1650–1830, exh. cat. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 2016), p. 232–233, no. 37;
Rhode Island Furniture Archive, no. 214.