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Diminutive Queen Anne period drop leaf tea table, cherry with white pine secondary wood. Rectangular top with curved ends and rounded drop leaves, arched skirt and four cabriole legs with curved knees, ending in pad feet. Pegged and rosehead nail construction. 27"H x 33" W (fully extended) x 32-5/8" D. New England, possibly Rhode Island, c.1740. Provenance: the estate of Margaret Wemyss Connor, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: Some small losses/abrasions and repairs to tips of feet, original hinges, minor breaks and patches to rule joint edges of leaves, older wooden plugs to top. Later finish.