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1st item: Primitive console table, painted poplar, with D shaped two board top over a dovetailed skirt supported by three square tapered legs. 29 1/2" H x 36 1/4" W x 17 3/4" D. American, mid-19th century. 2nd item: Painted and signed maple dropleaf breakfast or Pembroke table, the plain top with two rectangular leaves over a plain skirt, supported on four square tapering legs. Pegged construction. Signed on underside "Jabaz Eaton". 27 3/8" H x 37" D x 35 3/4" W (w/leaves). Note: Genealogy records show Jabez Eatons in New Hampshire and New York, both of which were home to known cabinetmakers named Eaton (W.P. Eaton in New Hampshire and Nathan Eaton of New York – ref. American Cabinetmakers by William Ketchum and "History, Genealogical and Biographical, of the Eaton Families" compiled by Nellie Zada Rice Molyneux). However, the name may also be that of a previous owner. American, likely New England, early 19th century. Provenance: Private Kentucky collection. Condition: 1st Item: Top with some surface wear, staining, separation to boards and slight warping. Repair and some cracking to front leg. Rear legs secured with screws that may be replacements or reinforcements. 2nd item: Overall good condition. Top with paint loss, wear, staining and sewing bird scars (underside of top). Retains original hinges. Wear and slight warping to leaves. Paint loss to tips of feet. Leaf supports may be old replacements.