9 October 2002
A CLASSICAL MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
Possibly William Turner (w. 1798-1826), New York, circa 1813
The rectangular top with a triangular backsplash and a brass gallery above a conforming case fitted with two short drawers centering a long drawer, over four paneled doors, on inverted baluster legs with brass paw feet, with partial label .....AK(ER) No. 50 Beekman Street New York All Orders thankfully received and fav(orably) attended to MAY, 1813
35½in. high, 72¼in. wide, 22¾in. deep
Thomas Kyle, Orange County, New York
Formerly in the collection of Richard H. Jenrette, New York
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The Longworth Register published July 4, 1813 lists William Turner (w. 1798-1826) for the years 1813-1814 with his shop located at 50 Beekman Street in New York City.
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