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Maker(s):Green, T.
Culture:American
Title:card table
Date Made:1810-1830
Type:Furniture
Materials:wood: mahogany, mahogany and birch veneers, white pine
Place Made:United States; New Hampshire or Massachusetts; Merrimack Valley
Measurements:overall: 28 3/4 x 35 x 17 1/2 in.; 73.025 x 88.9 x 44.45 cm
Accession Number:  HD 59.115
Museum Collection:  Historic Deerfield
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Description:
Card table with a folded top stamped on the underside with "T. GREEN," the maker whose use of veneers was influenced by eastern Massachusetts styles. In 1991, Christie's New York auctioned a candlestand, marked "H. GREEN/ I. GREEN" which was attributed to New Hampshire. The table has a square top when opened, serpentine front, half-serpentine ends, ovolo corners, and four turned, tapered legs ornamented with a series of stacked rings. The apron has three rectangular veneered panels on the front and one on each side.

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