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Federal Mahogany Hepplewhite Five-Legged Card Table, School of William Whitehead
Federal Mahogany Hepplewhite Five-Legged Card Tabl...
Antique Early 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
This is a finely crafted high style New York card table of quality. Of note is that there is an extra leg which swings out as opposed to one of the rear “stationary legs” supporting the...
Federal Tiger Maple Tilt-Top Tea Table

Federal Tiger Maple Tilt-Top Tea Table
Antique 1810s American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Maple
Federal tiger maple tilt-top tea table with square three-board top hinged and joined above the maple urn-turned standard raised on tripod cabriole leg base terminating in pad feet. ...
Pair of Federal Inlaid Games Tables, New England circa 1810
Pair of Federal Inlaid Games Tables, New England c...
Antique Early 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany, Rosewood, Satinwood
A pair of American Federal inlaid games tables on reeded turned tapered legs, New England region circa 1810. The tables are mahogany inlaid with satinwood, rosewood and checked stringin...
American Federal Style '19th Century' Mahogany Fli...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
American Federal style (19th Cent) mahogany flip-top console or card table with lyre base.  
Mahogany Card Table with Faux Painted Lyre, Boston

By Elisha Learnard
Mahogany Card Table with Faux Painted Lyre, Boston...
Elisha Learnard
Antique 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
This is an interesting table because it was produced at the end of Thomas Seymour's career, when, according to Robert Mussey in the furniture masterworks of John & Thomas Seymour, Seymo...
Mahogany Card Table with Five Reeded Legs, NY, Phyfe School, circa 1810
Mahogany Card Table with Five Reeded Legs, NY, Phy...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
These tables form a grouping of New York furniture made by Phyfe and his contemporaries employing long, delicate reeded legs, which are very successful, because of the lift that is crea...
Classical Quilted or Tiger Maple Lyre Card Table

Classical Quilted or Tiger Maple Lyre Card Table
Antique 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
We have never had a table with an outstanding presence such as this, showing the most beautiful figured maple. The top board, as well as the one below it is solid and made of a very rar...
Federal Sheraton Inlaid Card Table, Portsmouth, MA, circa 1805-1810
Federal Sheraton Inlaid Card Table, Portsmouth, MA...
Antique Early 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
This table relates to a grouping of Portsmouth furniture as described in Brock Jobe’s seminal book on that subject. The form is very elegant, and this table is certainly a lady, with th...
American Federal Center Pedestal Games Table, circa 1815
American Federal Center Pedestal Games Table, circ...
Antique Early 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
An exceptionally handsome and very well crafted classical Philadelphia Federal games table in premium mahogany with turned and finely carved pedestal on quatre-form base, with carved sa...
English Inlaid Flip-Top Demilune Card Table
English Inlaid Flip-Top Demilune Card Table
Antique 19th Century Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
An English Federal-style flip-top demilune games table with felt top. Original brass mounts and wooden hinges, some warping to top and cracking consistent with age. The table functions ...
American Federal Game or Side Table in Mahogany, Boston, circa 1815
American Federal Game or Side Table in Mahogany, B...
Isaac Voss
Antique 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Brass, Mahogany
American federal game table with beautifully articulated carving, Boston, circa 1815. Combination of crotch mahogany veneer on the apron and solid mahogany top, centre column and legs t...
American Federal Bostonian Game Table , circa 1815

American Federal Bostonian Game Table , circa 1815...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Brass, Ormolu, Mahogany
A fine Boston Federal game table in mahogany with fire gilded bronze doré ormolu mounts in the corners of the apron and original brass paw foot casters. Carving is well articulated and...
Federal Card Table in Mahogany with Bird's-Eye Maple Veneer, circa 1800-1815
Federal Card Table in Mahogany with Bird's-Eye Map...
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Antique Early 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Birdseye Maple, Mahogany
This Federal card table is made from fine mahogany with a bird’s-eye maple veneer and crotch mahogany veneer. The piece is likely attributed to the North Shore of New Hampshire and Mass...
Federal Card Table

Federal Card Table
Antique Early 1800s American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Probably Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1795-1810. Mahogany, crotch flame-birch veneer, rosewood banding, pine, secondary. Condition: Vestiges of earlier varnish finishes, excellent cond...
New England Federal Pembroke Table

New England Federal Pembroke Table
Antique 1780s American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Cherry, Satinwood
In the Hepplewhite manner, a satinwood fine line-inlaid cherrywood drop-leaf Pembroke table with quarter-round inset corners. Both its functional and faux bead-edged drawer fronts are s...
PAIR Massachusetts Federal Card Tables

PAIR Massachusetts Federal Card Tables
Antique Late 18th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Birdseye Maple, Ebony, Mahogany, Satinwood, Pine
An intricately detailed matched pair of American Hepplewhite manner fold-over swing legged game tables. Each opens flat to a serpentine 35 x 36 inch bowed four sided top. Meticulously...
Federal Serpentine Front Card Table

Federal Serpentine Front Card Table
Antique 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany, Satinwood
Mahogany Serpentine front card table withe flame veneers delicate turned reeded legs and satinwood line inlay's
Federal Cross-Lyre Card Table

Federal Cross-Lyre Card Table
Antique 19th Century American Federal Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
This exceptional Philadelphia games table was the product of a master cabinetmaker - the burled elm inlay is highly unusual - when opened, the top spins to initially reveal an inner com...