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1075
A VERY FINE AND RARE WILLIAM AND MARY TURNED MAPLE AND PINE GRAIN-PAINTED TRESTLE-BASE TABLE, PROBABLY ESSEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1715
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1075
A VERY FINE AND RARE WILLIAM AND MARY TURNED MAPLE AND PINE GRAIN-PAINTED TRESTLE-BASE TABLE, PROBABLY ESSEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1715
Estimation
10 00015 000
Lot. Vendu 10,000 USD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

Details & Cataloguing

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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A VERY FINE AND RARE WILLIAM AND MARY TURNED MAPLE AND PINE GRAIN-PAINTED TRESTLE-BASE TABLE, PROBABLY ESSEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1715
retains a dark, historic surface.
Height 26 in. by Width 26 in. by Depth 19 1/4 in.; 66 by 66 by 48.9 cm.
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Provenance

Israel Sack inc., New York, March 1971;
Vogel Collection no. 111.

Bibliographie

American Antiques from Israel Sack Collection, Vol 2., (Washington, DC: Highland House Publishers Inc., 1969), p. 550, no. 1287.

Description

This diminutive oval table is one of the most elaborately turned examples known of the form.  These diminutive tables served many function in early eighteenth century New England homes. The multiple ring turnings on the legs beneath the cross stretcher relates directly to those found on a number of late seventeenth and early eighteenth century pieces with Essex County, Massachusetts histories. For additional information on trestle-base oval stationary top tables see Frances Gruber Safford, American Furniture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Early Colonial Period: the Seventeenth-Century and William and Mary Styles ,(New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2007), p. 140-1, no. 56. ¶

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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New York