Reproduction Federal Period Ny Card Table, C. 1790

This is an interpretation of a Federal period card table, inspired by Rob Millard's ( reproduction.

Sunburst crotch mahogany / holly veneered top, with mahogany cross banded border. Apron is inlaid with mahogany panels, bordered by holly stringing and mahogany cross banding. Custom shaded fan paterae and holly bellflowers on bridle jointed legs, with spade feet cut from the solid. Fifth fly leg swings open on wooden hinge to support top leaf, exposing baize playing surface.

36" wide , 18" deep, 28 3/4" high, opens to 36" diameter.
Made from crotch mahogany, holly, and dyed veneers; mahogany, cherry, and poplar for solid components.

This table is built traditionally: bricklaid poplar apron, mortise and tenon rear and fly leg joints, bridle jointed apron legs, hammer veneering, and hide glue. Leaf cores are quartersawn poplar strips glued together and cross veneered twice on each side for stability.

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