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Chippendale Dressing Table

Probably Salem, Massachusetts
Ca. 1770-1780.
Walnut, secondary wood eastern white pine
Condition: Excellent condition, retains original cast brass
(see full condition report).
This well-proportioned dressing table has an over-hanging, thumb-molded edge top above a case fitted with a single drawer over three aligned drawers, the central with a finely carved fan, above a shaped apron supported by cabriole legs with peaked knees ending on carved ball and claw feet.
Provenance: Captain John Hodges of Salem (1723-1799)
                   Mary Manning Hodges (1725-1773)
                   By descent to Mary Osgood Deland Hodges
                   Laura Poor Stone, 1895.

Dimensions: 30 3/8"h x 34 3/4"w (top), 29 1/2" (case), 19 1/4"d

Item ID: F-CP-DT 001

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