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A FEDERAL MAHOGANY, FIGURED MAPLE AND CASUARINA VENEERED WORK TABLE
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF ERIC MARTIN WUNSCH
A FEDERAL MAHOGANY, FIGURED MAPLE AND CASUARINA VENEERED WORK TABLE

ATTRIBUTED TO THE SHOP OF JOHN (1738-1818) AND THOMAS (1771-1848) SEYMOUR, BOSTON, 1800-1810

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A FEDERAL MAHOGANY, FIGURED MAPLE AND CASUARINA VENEERED WORK TABLE
ATTRIBUTED TO THE SHOP OF JOHN (1738-1818) AND THOMAS (1771-1848) SEYMOUR, BOSTON, 1800-1810
30 in. high, 21 3/8 in. wide, 17 1/8 in. deep
Provenance
Mitchell M. Taradash (1889-1973), Ardsley-on-Hudson, New York
Israel Sack, Inc., New York
Literature
"Tables and Chairs: Some Significant Examples from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Taradash," The Magazine Antiques (June 1946), p. 360.
Israel Sack, Inc., American Antiques from Israel Sack Collection, vol. IIII, p. 867, P3971.
Charles F. Montgomery and Patricia E. Kane, eds., American Art: 1750-1800 Towards Independence (New Haven, 1976), p. 180, cat. no. 134.
Albert Sack, The New Fine Points of Furniture (New York, 1993), p. 308.
Exhibited
New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery, American Art: 1750-1800 Towards Independence, 3 April - 23 May 1976.

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The central flitch of wood bears a striking similarity to a nearly identical example, formerly in the collection of Adolph Henry Meyer, that was sold Sotheby's, New York, 20 January 1996, lot 194.

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