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Fine Classical Polychrome Paint-Decorated Pine Dressing Table, Maine, circa 1825-1840

Estimate:

6,000

to
- 8,000 USD

Property from a Martha's Vineyard Collection

Fine Classical Polychrome Paint-Decorated Pine Dressing Table, Maine, circa 1825-1840

Fine Classical Polychrome Paint-Decorated Pine Dressing Table, Maine, circa 1825-1840

Estimate:

6,000

to
- 8,000 USD

Property from a Martha's Vineyard Collection

Fine Classical Polychrome Paint-Decorated Pine Dressing Table

Maine

circa 1825-1840


Together with a Federal Fancy Yellow Painted Windsor Side Chair, inscribed on underside of seat William H. Littlefield. (2 pieces)

Table: Height 38 ½ in. by Width 38 in. by Depth 19 in.; Chair: Height 33 ½ in.

Addressing Table: Wear to paint on surface commensurate with age and use. Appears to retain its original hardware. Wear to paint along front edge of top. Overall fine condition.

 

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The table:
Barbara Pollack, Highland Park, Illinois.

The chair:
William H. Littlefield (1902-1969);
Christie's, New York, Highly Important Americana, January 16, 1998, lot 380.