follower of JOHN (1738-1818) AND THOMAS SEYMOUR (1771-1848) A FEDERAL REVIVAL INLAID MAHOGANY CARD TABLE, LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY, in the Boston taste, the serpentine, rectangular top with ovolo shaped corners, opening over a rear gate leg, above a wide serpentine skirt, centering an inlaid oval reserve, flanked by book matched, highly figured reserves and concave sides, joined to engaged column stiles issuing ring turned tapered, lobed legs, ending in disc feet, raised on tapered French toes, height: 29 1/2", width: 33 1/2", depth: 17 1/8"; open depth: 34 1/8".
Mild surface wear, inlay cracking, and occasional losses. Some veneer repairs and wood fill repairs. Legs have mild abrasive wear, some dust and dirt debris, and a white colored residue appears under the base. Overall in very good condition, wear commensurate with age and use.
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