Philadelphia Federal Work or End Table in Mahogany, circa 1820

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Product ID : TBL00362

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A stunning American Federal table in mahogany with neoclassical form in the manner of renown Philadelphia cabinetmaker Anthony Quervelle. Top offers three convex drawers and rests on turned and intricately-carved column over a quatre-form base that terminates in carved lions' paw feet with casters. Embellishments include raised side panels, gadrooning below bottom drawer and on turned ring of column, with very fine acanthus carvings on column and feet, with carved wings behind lions paws. Philadelphia, circa 1820. Table has a rich, dark patina and has been restored with a French-polish finish in our workshop. Makes a beautiful and functional end table in a living room, library or bedroom!

Similar to:
Anthony Quervelle (Cabinetmaker)

20 1/2" wide x 15 1/2" deep x 30" high.

Federal (Of the Period)

Materials and Techniques:

Place of Origin:
United States

Early 19th Century

Date of Manufacture:
circa 1820

Refinished. Wear consistent with age and use. A very finely-crafted table, with very well-articulated carvings throughout. Drawers operate smoothly. Existing brass pulls, while very fine, are not original to the piece. Beautifully-restored with French-polish finish.


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