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Donated By: Donick Cary, Emmy-Award winning writer/producer (Letterman /Simpsons / Parks and Recreation /Silicon Valley)

New World, Mexico, Spanish Colonial, ca. 18th century CE. An amazing antique table, carved from dark wood. The construction method is clear, with four lion's-paw-like legs and a lathed round column that terminates in a square post whose top can be seen on the table surface. The surface is a separate, round piece of wood with a deep groove around its edge and a square hole cut from its center to allow it to be placed around the central column. Each leg is incised with a number, probably relating to what order or component of the construction each piece was. Mexican furniture from this time period was of the Colonial Spanish style, focused on heavy, dark wood that ages with a gorgeous patina as this piece has. Size: 27.2" W x 22.75" H (69.1 cm x 57.8 cm)

Provenance: private D. C. collection, California, USA; D. C. is an Emmy Award winning Hollywood writer and Executive Producer, collected before 2000

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Surface has scratches and small losses to edges from age and handling. Very dark, shiny patina.


Making music happen since 2009…

Today, Musack's mission is to give kids and teens a voice through music by providing guitars, drums, and support for music teachers - wherever the need arises.

But back in 2009, Emmy-Award winning writer/producer Donick Cary (Letterman /Simpsons / Parks and Recreation /Silicon Valley) began Musack with a simple vision - raise money to fund musical programs for his hometown high school on Nantucket Island. After a rash of teen suicides on the island, Donick thought about how he and his friends got through their teen years. Music.

Musack continues to make music happen around the world with support from people like you. All lots offered for sale in today’s fundraising auction have been donated by celebrities, non-celebrities, and local businesses. Help us help our kids - bid high, bid often!

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18th C. Gorgeous Mexican Dark Wood Table

Estimate $1,200 - $1,500Oct 5, 2017
686 S. Taylor Avenue Suite 106
Louisville, CO 80027
United States
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