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A CLASSICAL CARVED AND PARCEL-GILT ROSEWOOD CARD TABLE
A CLASSICAL CARVED AND PARCEL-GILT ROSEWOOD CARD TABLE

LABELLED BY CHARLES HONORÉ LANNUIER (1779-1819), NEW YORK CITY, CIRCA 1815

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A CLASSICAL CARVED AND PARCEL-GILT ROSEWOOD CARD TABLE Labelled by Charles Honoré Lannuier (1779-1819), New York City, circa 1815 en suite with the preceeding lot 20¾in. high, 36in. wide, 18in. deep
Provenance
George (1762-1845) and Sophia Harrison
Joshua Francis Fisher (1807-1874), Sophia's nephew
Maria Middleton Fisher (Mrs. Brinton Coxe), his daughter
Mrs. Winslow Ames, her granddaughter
Sold in these Rooms, 17 June 1997, lot 428
Literature
Downs and Ralston, A Loan Exhibition of New York State Furniture with Contemporary Accessories (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1934), no. 214.
"The Editor's Attic: Two New York Tables," Antiques (May 1936), p. 191.
Lorraine Waxman "French Influence on American Decorative Arts of the Early Nineteenth Century: The Work of Charles Honoré Lannuier," Master's Thesis, University of Delaware, 1958.
Peter Kenny, Honoré Lannuier, Cabinetmaker from Paris (New York, 1998), cat. no. 66.
Exhibited
New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, "A Loan Exhibition of New York State Furniture," 1934
New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Honoré Lannuier, Parisian Cabinetmaker in Federal New York," 1998, cat. no. 66
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