Connecticut Chippendale cherry tea table
Connecticut Chippendale cherry tea table, ca. 1775, attributed to Eliphalet Chapin (1741-1807), Windsor area, with a scalloped tray top, birdcage support and ball and claw feet, retaining an old warm finish, 28 1/2" h., 33 1/4" w. For a closely related example, see Sotheby's Important Americana, January 24, 2014, lot 268. Provenance: The Collection of Edie & Bruce Smart, Upperville, Virginia.
Small nicks to top. Batens rotated. Very nice old surface.
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