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Fine and Rare Queen Anne Grain-Painted Dressing Table


New England, Massachusetts or Connecticut, ca. 1730-1750.
Maple, white pine and yellow pine secondary woods.
Over-all in great condition, outstanding grain-painted surface applied in early 19th c, period etched brass.
Provenance: Carter’s Auction Service, Gallupville, New York, 1986; John Walton, Jewett City, CT.
In a favorable diminutive size, this rare and unique grain-painted Queen Anne dressing table, has a molded-edge top above a case fitted with two small drawers above three small drawers supported by cabriole legs ending on extended, disc-form pad feet. The skirt is highlighted with carved cupid’s bows and an arch-form outline.

Dimensions: 31 ¾”h, 31 ½”w, 20 ¼”d

Item ID: F-CP-LB 013

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