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Parlor from the William C. Williams House

Maker:
Theophilus Nash (died 1854)
Date:
1810–11
Geography:
Made in Richmond, Virginia, United States
Culture:
American
Medium:
Mahogany and marble
Dimensions:
237 x 239 in. (602 x 607.1 cm)
Classification:
Architecture
Credit Line:
Gift of Joe Kindig, Jr., 1968
Accession Number:
68.137
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 728
Inscription: incised above doorway: THEO. NASH, EXECUTOR
Willliam C. Williams, Richmond, Virginia, 1810; John A. Belvin, Richmond, Virginia, by ca. 1862–1882; Thomas T. Waterman, 1936; Joe Kindig Jr., York, Pennsylvania, until 1968
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