Object Place: Europe, England
86.6 x 91.2 x 43.1 cm (34 1/8 x 35 7/8 x 16 15/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Mahogany, amboyna (?), holly inlay, spruce
Not On View
The mahogany table has serpentine sides and a serpentine front with a conforming top veneered with quartered mahogany and a central oval of amboyna (?) boarded by crossbanded mahogany. The aprons are carved with stop-fluting and in the center of the front apron with a neoclassical urn within an oval beaded border with acanthus leaves at the four corners. The table is supported by two tapering fluted front legs ending in fluted baluster feet.
F. Behrens. By 1945, Jas. A. Lewis & Son, New York; October 22, 1945, sold by Jas. A. Lewis & Son to Forsyth Wickes, New York and Newport, RI (d. 1964); 1965, bequest of Wickes. (Accession Date: December 24, 1965)
Bequest of Forsyth Wickes—The Forsyth Wickes Collection