New York, Park Avenue
16 January 1999
A PAIR OF FEDERAL CARVED CHERRYWOOD KIDNEY-SHAPED GAMING TABLES
Haines-Connelly School, Philadelphia, circa 1810
Each with a kidney-shaped top with inlaid edge above a conforming frame edged with ebony strips and centering a rectangular veneered panel, on ring-turned and reeded tapering legs with brass castors
29in. high, 36in. wide, 17in. deep (2)
Nellie S. Whitaker, Washington D.C.
Prevost Hubbard, New York
Sotheby Parke-Bernet, Inc., New York, May 19-20, 1972, lot 431
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"A Houston Collection of American Antiques," Antiques (September 1975), p. 504, pl. II.
Please note that these tables are made of satinwood.
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