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Diminutive Massachusetts Tea Table

Circa 1750-60
Mahogany and maple with a later yellow pine brace
Height: 26.5”; width: 22.25”; depth: 16”.

An elegant, small tray form tea table, probably from Essex, Massachusetts. The table is fashioned with a mitered edge top, elaborately scalloped apron, slender cabriole legs, and crisp pad feet. Tea tables this small are exceedingly rare.

Retaining an old finish, this delightful small table was inspired by the highly developed form of Queen Anne tea tables from the Boston area.

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Mahogany, maple
Circa 1760
H: 26.5″; W: 22″; D: 16″