SOLD! for $2,176.00.
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American Classical ham or mixing table, possibly Anthony Quervelle, Philadelphia, or Baltimore; mahogany with flame mahogany veneers, poplar secondary. Rectangular ogee molded top above an applied scrolled decorative frieze, single trapezoidal form paneled cabinet door opening to three shelves and paneled sides, on a flaring and molded base with front scrolled feet and rear turned feet with applied castors. 44" H x 33" W x 18" D. Circa 1840. Purchased from Polk Place Antiques, Nashville, 2017. Copy of receipt available to the winning bidder.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of Raymond White, Nashville, Tennessee.
CONDITION: Overall good condition with French polish. While most of these forms had marble tops, this wood top appears to be very early and may be original. Some small losses and repair to veneer on the molded base. Some age shrinkage to top with putty infill. Repair strip along the left side of the door's stile. Early replaced strip to back edge of top.