A FEDERAL INLAID CHERRYWOOD OCTAGONAL TRAY-TOP CANDLESTAND
A FEDERAL INLAID CHERRYWOOD OCTAGONAL TRAY-TOP CANDLESTAND
A FEDERAL INLAID CHERRYWOOD OCTAGONAL TRAY-TOP CANDLESTAND
A FEDERAL INLAID CHERRYWOOD OCTAGONAL TRAY-TOP CANDLESTAND
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A FEDERAL INLAID CHERRYWOOD OCTAGONAL TRAY-TOP CANDLESTAND

CENTRAL MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1800

Details
A FEDERAL INLAID CHERRYWOOD OCTAGONAL TRAY-TOP CANDLESTAND
CENTRAL MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1800
27 1⁄2 in. high, 19 in. wide, 19 in. deep
Provenance
Israel Sack, Inc., New York
Acquired from above, July 1981
Literature
Israel Sack, Inc., American Antiques from Israel Sack Collection, vol. 7, p. 1843, pl. P5138.
The Sack Archive at The Yale University Art Gallery.
Peter Goodman, Notebook, no. 726.
Special notice

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Lot Essay

For similar examples with “kicked-out” knees see Christine Jackson, Brock Jobe and Clark Pearce, Crafting Excellence: The Furniture of Nathan Lumbard and His Circle (Winterthur, 2018), pp. 245 and 247. For an additional example with scallop top and similar knee profile from central Massachusetts see Dean A. Fales, Jr., The Furniture of Historic Deerfield (New York, 1976), p. 160, pl. 343.

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