Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Concord, circa 1810, attributed to Robert Choate and George W. Martin, mahogany veneers, white pine secondary, hinged lid with gateleg support, double line lightwood inlay to top edges, veneered skirt with lightwood line inlay at base, upper stiles with inlaid graduated bellflowers over a darkwood inlaid teardrop, tall square tapered legs with line inlay and lower inlaid cuff.
28.25 x 36 x 17.25 in. From the Collection of Colonel and Mrs. Gordon Roberts, Fayetteville, North Carolina
For a similar example see Plain and Elegant, Rich and Common
, New Hampshire Historical Society, p. 54-55, item 17.
Light marring and scratching to top surfaces; some shrinkage cracks to veneer at skirt; two front legs reset, one with break and repair by upper stile at skirt.
$1,000 - 2,000