Oval table with falling leaves


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This table is part of a group of about thirty Rhode Island tables of several types with related leg turnings consisting of a high baluster characterized by a globular base, and a long, straight, tapering neck with a pronounced ring at the top. The profiles of the leg and stretcher turnings suggest the influence of Boston cane (48.122) and leather (10.125.698) chairs of the later 1710s to the 1730s.

Oval table with falling leaves, Soft maple, white pine, American

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