Object Place: New England, possibly Massachusetts
Overall: 64.1 x 73.7 x 75.2 cm (25 1/4 x 29 x 29 5/8 in.)
Medium or Technique
Walnut, pine, chestnut, traces of black paint
Not On View
A small table, nearly round when open. The leaves have rounded edges and a rebated joint. The base has arched trestle feet and posts with vase-and-ring turnings. The stretcher has double vase turnings as have the stretchers and uprights of the gates. The gates have button feet.
The top is attached with original, coarsely made butterfly hinges. The upper rail of the frame is strengthened by two longitudinal pine strips which give more bearing surface. One leaf is pieced, either originally or in the eighteenth century, as the color and traces of paint are consistent underneath. The entire table shows traces of black paint. The top is somewhat warped and the feet are unevenly worn.
1932, bequest of Charles Hitchcock Tyler (Accession Date September 1, 1932)
Bequest of Charles Hitchcock Tyler