A fine diminutive cherry Queen Anne antique drop leaf table, Boston Area, circa 1760.
This finely proportioned antique Queen Anne drop-leaf tea table is in a rare and prized diminutive size. This form which was popular in Massachusetts and Rhode Island would be considered a tea table. The cherry top has an old red surface with rounded drop leaves on a rectangular frame The top is set on a rectangular frame with gate legs and a molded ends with shaped cut-outs. The molded apron joins four delicate cabriole legs with pad feet. Two of the legs swing out as gate legs to support the small drop leaves. The table has minor surface imperfections but remains in wonderful condition with a pleasing old surface. The antique drop leaf table is from the noted local collection of Mr. Arthur E. Beane Jr.
Height: 26 3/4”; Top Diameter 32 x 32 ½”
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