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Tea Table

2006.12 (RS30933)

Description

A black walnut top with a distinctive grain sits on a frame composed of a simple shaped skirt, also of walnut, and four distinctly fashioned cabriole legs in birch that end in pad feet. The table has been published several times and is attributed to the York cabinetmaker Samuel Sewell.

Details

Maker
Sewell, Samuel, 1724-1814 (Cabinetmaker)
Date
1740-1760
Location of origin
York, Maine
Material
birch (wood)
black walnut (wood)
joints by material joined
varnishing
Object type
Furniture
Places
Maine (United States)
York Village (York county, Maine)
Descriptive terms
birch (wood)
black walnut (wood)
joints by material joined
Queen Anne Style
Table, Tea
tables (support furniture)
tea tables (tables)
varnishing
Dimensions
25 3/4 x 26 3/4 x 18 (HxWxD) (inches)
Accession Number
2006.12
Credit Line
Museum Purchase
GUSN
180355

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