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Country Sheraton table with 3 board T. & G. top &
nailed breadboard end cleats, simple plain skirt all around tenoned
into square shouldered turned & shaped legs ending in boot
feet. Pine top, poplar or birch skirts, birch legs, nailed construction
with early iron cut nails. Old tinted varnish stained surface
with wear marks. Table is tight, & structurally sound. Possibly
one breadboard end cleat an early replacement. Probably NYS.
Circa 1820-1835. OH, 29 ¼"; Top, 67"l. x 26
Country Hepplewhite pine side table. The 1 board top with
softly rounded edges is attached to the base by 6 original underside
socketed screws. Plain skirts all around are tenoned into square
tapered legs & double pegged. All wood is original. The table
may have had a back splash at one time. Old tinted varnish surface.
Last used as a sewing table with underside bird clamp marks and
scissor stain marks in the top. #"357" is incised into
a top edge. Table is tight & structurally sound. Probably
New England. Circa 1800-1825. OH, 29 ¼"; Top, 42
½"l. x 18 7/8"w.
Country Federal tavern table with a 1 board pine top with
T. & G. breadboard ends nailed to its plain skirted birch
case. The skirts are tenoned into the square birch legs &
double pegged. The leg edges are beveled, & the legs are
braced above the feet by a plain box stretcher. Small butterfly
patch in the top, otherwise all wood is original. Old tinted
varnish surface. Very good example of a small plain country tavern
table sometimes called a survival tavern table. Table is tight
& structurally sound. From a NH residence and probably made
in NH. Circa 1800-1825. OH, 26 ½"; Top, 38"l.x
24 ¾"w.; Case, 28 ¼"l. x 19 ½"w.