Maple Splay Leg Queen Anne Tea Table c. 1760

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Maple Splay Leg Queen Anne Tea Table c. 1760

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SIZE
Top is 34 x 26 1/2 in;  25 in tall


DESCRIPTION
Four way splay is unusual with padfoot tables. Found in an attic in north central Mass. Base is maple; top pine. Very delicate feet and legs suggest possibly New Hampshire. Interesting characteristic in that top of apron was inset slightly by shallow chiseling intothe underside of the pine top. I was told was a regional thing found with some Mass tea and tavern table. Everthing is original and untouched. Every original peg is insitu.

CONDITION
Appears to be entirely pristine with no repairs or anything. Rare.

PRICE

SOLD

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