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Small tiger maple dining table by David LeFort
Item# 11616    $2675
Small tiger maple dining table by David LeFort

Vintage David LeFort tiger maple kitchen size dining table. Scalloped apron and Queen Anne legs. Hanover, MA, dated 1999. Measures 30 inches high, 44 inches long and 33 inches wide. Very good condition.

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Jeffrey Greene oval cherry tea table
Item# 11612    $2400
Jeffrey Greene oval cherry tea table

Jeffrey Greene oval Queen Anne style tea table in cherry. Two board top, wooden pin construction, hand block planed. This stand bears the CHAPIN TOWNSEND label. Measures 34 inches wide by 24.5 inches deep by 27.5 inches high. Jeffrey Greene is a furnituremaker specializing in 18th-century American designs. His expertise is in creating historically accurate replicas of important original pieces from museums and private collections. Greene is best known for his work in the manner of Newport, RI’s legendary cabinetmakers, the Townsends and Goddards. Greene is the author of American Furniture of the 18th Century: History, Technique, Structure. The book documents the evolution of furniture design.

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Jeffrey Greene cherry candle stand on snake feet
Item# 11608    $1800
Jeffrey Greene cherry candle stand on snake feet

Jeffrey Greene cherry Queen Anne style candle stand on snake feet with perfectly matched two-board cherry top. Measures 19 inches across the round top and 25.25 inches high. Jeffrey Greene is a furnituremaker specializing in 18th-century American designs. His expertise is in creating historically accurate replicas of important original pieces from museums and private collections. Greene is best known for his work in the manner of Newport, RI’s legendary cabinetmakers, the Townsends and Goddards. Greene is the author of American Furniture of the 18th Century: History, Technique, Structure. The book documents the evolution of furniture design.

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Jeffrey Greene round Queen Anne style tea table in cherry
Item# 11605    $2175
Jeffrey Greene round Queen Anne style tea table in cherry

A rare circular tea table design with details similar to other "common tea tables". This has turned and tapered legs ending in pad feet with decorative turned leg details just below the apron. The top has a slightly rounded beveled edge that finishes the design handsomely. Measures 27"h, 25w, 25"d. Perfectly matched 3 board cherry top. A similar example: Wallace Nutting 1259. Jeffrey Greene is a furnituremaker specializing in 18th-century American designs. His expertise is in creating historically accurate replicas of important original pieces from museums and private collections. Greene is best known for his work in the manner of Newport, RI’s legendary cabinetmakers, the Townsends and Goddards. Greene is the author of American Furniture of the 18th Century: History, Technique, Structure. The book documents the evolution of furniture design.

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Jeffrey Greene walnut tea table
Item# 11602    $2400
Jeffrey Greene walnut tea table

A diminutive Boston Queen Anne tea table with boldly shaped aprons and long, graceful cabriole legs ending in pad feet. The overhanging top features a molded edge. The pegs are visible in the mortise-and-tenon frame joinery. Similar example: Fairbanks & Bates p. 124. Measures 25.5" long x 17.5" wide x 28.75" high. Jeffrey Greene is a furnituremaker specializing in 18th-century American designs. His expertise is in creating historically accurate replicas of important original pieces from museums and private collections. Greene is best known for his work in the manner of Newport, RI’s legendary cabinetmakers, the Townsends and Goddards. Greene is the author of American Furniture of the 18th Century: History, Technique, Structure. The book documents the evolution of furniture design.

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