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Pair of Late 18th Century Hepplewhite Mahogany Demilune Tables

Origin United States, Pennsylvania
Period 18th Century
Materials Mahogany, Oak, Pine
W. 54 in; H. 30.5 in; D. 24 in;
W. 137.16 cm; H. 77.47 cm; D. 60.96 cm;
Condition Good. Good. The patina of the tables is quite beautiful. Several repairs to the skirt veneer and slight curvature and canting of the legs. One table has a flange on the rear for accepting central leaves making it slightly deeper. .
Creation Date 1790
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description A lovely pair of American console tables in honey colored mahogany. The two demilunes feature a graceful elliptical shape with flame mahogany veneer on the frieze and cross banding of holly and mahogany. The tabletops are composed of single magnificent boards of mahogany that bear stunning patina and color. The tapering square legs terminate into the ground with ogee mahogany collars. The rear legs of the tables gate leg to receive leaves; the two tables once formed a magnificent Federal banquet table and could be made to serve as a dining table with the addition of central section. Likely Philadelphia, c. 1790.
Styles / Movements George III, Georgian, Hepplewhite
Incollect Reference Number 228698
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