By Charles L. Venable
Книга посвящёна классической американской мебели.
A catalogue, released in organization with the Dallas Museum of paintings, of the 82-piece selection of vintage furnishings lately received via the museum. first-class colour plates and extra diagrams convey the backs and bottoms to illustrate the main points of building. The textual content relates the background, importance, constitution and , woods used, dimensions, provenance, and exhibitions and courses for every piece.
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No. 31: Sack 1981,4 :1014. For one from New Hampshire, see Currier Gallery 1964. no. 15. 3. This table is illustrated in Little 1984, no. 283. Although this table is missing its knee brackets and has been grained, it is definitely from the same shop. The moldin g and leg profiles are identical, as are the proportions. This table was pur chased in 1959 from Roger Bacon, who had acquired it from the Innes collection in Hartford ; Nina Fletcher Little. letter to th e author. 26 May 1987, DMA files.
For flat-top high chests, see Sack 1981, 3:694. 5:13°5: Levy broch ure 14 (Spring 1(84). For a block front chest-en -chest. see Sack 1981. 5:1202-1203. 5' Daniel stamford will and inventory. docket 261 77 . ECPR. 6. For an exce llent discussion of Salem craftsmen work ing around 1760, see Forman 1971. Joseph Gavet and his inventory are discussed at length on pp . 73-77. [ 21 ] Cat. sb Cat . Sa [ 22 ] Cat. Sc Cat. 9 [ 23 ] DRESSING TABLES were often made in conjunction with high chests (see cat.
1980): inside cover. For a walnut example with virt ually identi cal turnings. see Monkhouse and Michie '986, no. 62. 3. For a discussion of ton gue-and-groove and rule-joints, see lobe and Kaye '984. 79-80. The tongue-and-groove joint was favored throu gh the ' 7405, but was superseded by the rule-joint which minimized the gap between the leaf and the table top . For a similar table with a rule-joint ed to p. see SaCK Collation ' 93', lot 343. It is not known whet her this top is original. STRUCTURE AND CONDITION: The turned legs and stretchers are mortise-and-tenoned together and double-pegged in place.
American Furniture in the Bybee Collection by Charles L. Venable