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Rectangular top; four square tapered legs with stringing, two swinging as gates; lozenge shaped inlaid dies at top of legs, enclosing a straight inlaid apron; reinforced with mahogany stained pine beams and modern screws and nails, one legs has been raised by an added block of wood.
tables (support furniture)
Written underneath in chalk, ""Restored by G.P. Fernald, Portsmouth, NH April 1924, for Mrs. May, Middle St.""
Original to Rundlet-May House (Portsmouth, N.H.),
27.875 x 43.125 (HxW) (inches)
Gift of Ralph May