Date: 1816-1820

Location: New England, Worcester County, Harvard, Massachusetts

Artist: Jonathan Fairbank Jr.

Materials: Mahogany, mahogany veneer, cherry, maple, pine, red stain

Measurements: H: 29"; W (overall): 31 7/8"; D (closed): 17 3/4"; D (open): 35 7/8"

Card table with cut top, shaped skirt and reeded legs (cherry). Top has two mahogany boards, cut out lipped half round corners, flanked by concave curves leading to less pronounced convex lipped half round front center/folded side, triple bead edged, brass card-table hinged. Sides: three sides, mahogany veneer, shaped mimics top, double bead molding on lower edge skirt, pine base. Rear: swing leg rail (maple), rear left hand side leg swings, square hinged, wooden dowel, pine. Legs: stained red, thick, three quarter round front at skirt level, 6×1/2 round, cylinder with central double bead, (*rear legs do not have former) above squat vase, disc, arched half round, disc, reel, cylinder, to eleven tapered flutes, tapered cylinder to knuckles pronounced triple lipped half round, taper to feet. Interior: skirt filled in behind with pine boards, large chamfered corner blocks at front, rear small chamfered corner blocks join sides and rear board, rear board nailed to mid-rail, nailed to swing leg rail.

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