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Cherry and Birch Connecticut Candlestand, circa 1820

Cherry and Birch Connecticut Candlestand, circa 18...
Antique Early 19th Century Federal Dessert Tables and Tilt-top Tables
Birch, Cherry
This table retains its original surface and descended in the Chute family of Winchester, MA. The legs have a form characteristic of Connecticut furniture as does the large turned urn. T...
Mahogany Federal Tilt-Top Table with Spider Legs

Mahogany Federal Tilt-Top Table with Spider Legs
Antique 19th Century American Federal Dessert Tables and Tilt-top Tables
Mahogany
The mahogany on the top is of a solid board of strongly figure Santo Domingo mahogany. While the baluster is slender, the legs are somewhat nautical in appearance. The weight is quite h...
Federal Mahogany Tripod Table, Attributed to Duncan Phyfe, NY, circa 1810
Federal Mahogany Tripod Table, Attributed to Dunca...
Antique 1810s American Federal Dessert Tables and Tilt-top Tables
Mahogany
A related table is found in Federal Furniture and Decorative Arts at Boscobel by Berry B. Tracy, ill. 36. (See below). Our tilt-top table interestingly stands in contrast to the one at ...
American Federal Mahogany Antique Side Table circa...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Dessert Tables and Tilt-top Tables
Mahogany
This is such a clean and pleasing design with it's pure and undistracted form. The top is crafted of an octagonal solid plank of mahogany, the edges squared and rigid, the glowing grain...
Cherry Federal Tilt-Top Table with Shaped Top, New England, circa 1810-1820
Cherry Federal Tilt-Top Table with Shaped Top, New...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Dessert Tables and Tilt-top Tables
Cherry
This table has beautiful lines with feet that seem to go on forever. The shaft is a slender baluster form and the top, in general oval form. This is a very delicate table with cherry th...
Federal Tilt-Top Stand

Federal Tilt-Top Stand
Antique 19th Century American Federal Dessert Tables and Tilt-top Tables
Brass, Cherry
This cherry table was probably made in Connecticut very early in the 19th Century - it has an excellent hand-turned pedestal with spiral reeding on the urn center - graceful reeded legs...