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Turret top tea table. Boston, MA. 1760

Tea Table, Boston, ca. 1760. Mahogany and pine. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Tea prices were high, having the means to serve the beverage was considered prestigious. Every well-appointed home had a tea table in its foyer, hall, or living area waiting to serve its purpose. These tables were placed out of the way for daily use, and then moved to the middle of the room in preparation for indulgent tea parties

Tea Table, Boston, ca. 1760. Mahogany and pine. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Tea Table America, 1760 The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Tea table about 1760 Boston, Massachusetts

Tea table

1760.Mechanical table

Mid 18th century French Mechanical Table ~ Oak veneered w/ Mahogany, Kingwood, & Tulipwood; w/ marquetry of Mahogany, Rosewood, Holly, & Various other woods; Gilt-bronze mounts; imitation Japanese lacquer; replaced silk

Stamped by Jean-François Oeben and Roger Vandercruse Lacroix: Mechanical table (1982.60.61) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Stamped by Jean-François Oeben and Roger Vandercruse Lacroix: Mechanical table The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mechanical Table Jean-François Oeben (1721–1763) Long recognized as one of Jean-François Oeben's masterpieces, this table (ca. 1761–63) was made for his frequent and most important client, Madame de Pompadour. The main charge of her coat of arms, a tower, appears at the top of the gilt-bronze mount at each corner.

Mechanical Table by Jean-Francois Oeben, and Lacroix, ca. 1761-63, French, Oak veneered with mahogany, kingwood, and tulipwood, with marquetry of mahogany, rosewood, holly, and various other woods; gilt-bronze mounts; imitation Japanese lacquer; replaced silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Jean-François Oeben | Mechanical table | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Mechanical table

Mechanical table. French. Ca. 1761-63.

French Furniture in the Eighteenth Century: Case Furniture | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1809 American (Massachusetts) Dressing table with looking glass at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - From the curators' comments: "In the late eighteenth century, independent dressing glasses commonly were placed on tables or chests of drawers. The practice led to the evolution of a new form in bedroom furniture-the bureau with an attached mirror."

*DRESSING TABLE ~ American (Massachusetts) with looking glass at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - From the curators' comments: "In the late eighteenth century, independent dressing glasses commonly were placed on tables or chests of drawers. The practice led to the evolution of a new form in bedroom furniture-the bureau with an attached mirror." c.1809.

1809 American (Massachusetts) Dressing table with looking glass at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Dressing table with looking glass

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19thC Regency Rosewood Game Table

19th century rosewood Regency game table

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19th century rosewood Regency game table -- @Aaron Kapor Jackson you need this for your chess games:)

19th Century. Rosewood Game Table. 1stdibs.com suzilove.com

19th century rosewood Regency game table -- this looks a lot like Mom's

19th century rosewood Regency game table - exquisite

"19th century rosewood Regency game table"

19thC Regency Rosewood Game Table

Game Tables

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1760 French Table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This mechanical table has been veneered with Japanese lacquer.

Mechanical table à la Bourgogne Maker: René Dubois (1737–1799, master 1755) Date: ca. 1760 Culture: French Medium: Oak, veneered with Japanese Nambam lacquer; rosewood, gilt-bronze mounts

1760 French Table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This mechanical table has been veneered with Japanese lacque and gilt bronze mountsr.

1760 French Table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This mechanical table has been veneered with Japanese lacquer. #contemporaryFurniture #uniquefurniture #luxuryfurniture #designerfurniture

Mechanical table à la Bourgogne Mechanical table à la Bourgogne René Dubois  (1737–1799, master 1755) Date: ca. 1760 Culture: French Medium: Oak, veneered with Japanese Nambam lacquer; rosewood, gilt-bronze mounts Dimensions: 29-1/4 x 24 x 15-1/2 in. (74.3 x 61.0 x 39.4 cm)

Transition Mechanical table à la Bourgogne René Dubois (1737–1799, master 1755) Date: ca. 1760

1760 French Mechanical Table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Chest, Tea with Tea Caddies, English 1790

British Tea chest with tea caddies, 1790 (Cedar and oak veneered with maple, harewood, tulipwood, kingwood, satinwood, amarantha, holly with foil lining.)

1790 British Tea Chest with Tea Caddies. Cedar ,Oak ,veneered with Maple ,Harewood, Tulipwood, Kingwood, Satinwood, Amaranth, Holly & stained Holly. via metmuseum.org

Tea Chest with Tea Caddies, ca. 1790, English, Cedar and oak veneered with maple, harewood, tulipwood, kingwood, satinwood, amaranth, holly, and stained holly; foil lining

Tea chest with tea caddies, ca 1790. (See Encyclopedia of the Exquisite for a description of the times when tea so valuable it was locked away.)

Antique Tea Chest with Two Caddies England, 1790 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chest, Tea with Tea Caddies, Set of Date: ca. 1790 Culture: English

Chest, Tea with Tea Caddies English circa 1790

Tea chest with tea caddies , Bridish ca. 1790

tea chest with tea caddies, ca. 1790, English

1685-1690 American (Massachusetts) Court cupboard at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - From the curators' comments: "The cupboard--used to store textiles and to display silver, glass, ceramics, and other costly wares--was among the most expensive and prominent articles of domestic furniture. This example is richly embellished with almost the full vocabulary of seventeenth-century ornament..."

1685-1690 American (Massachusetts) Court cupboard at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. From the curators' comments: "The cupboard used to store textiles and to display silver, glass, ceramics, and other costly wares, was among the most expensive and prominent articles of domestic furniture. This example is richly embellished with almost the full vocabulary of a seventeenth-century ornament."

Court cupboard, Northern Essex County, 1685-90. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

17th Century New England

Court cupboard

The Important Asa Stebbins Federal Inlaid and Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock, works by Aaron Willard (1757-1844), painted dial probably by John Minot (w. 1793-1826), case attributed to Stephen Badlam Sr. (1751-1815), Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1800 Retains its original flanking ornate cast brass finials. Height 104 3/4 in. by Width 22 in. by Depth 12 in.

c1800 Federal Classical tall clock, for Asa Stebbins, mvt-A Willard, face-J Minot, case-S Bedlam,Sr, mah/inlay, 105t, 14-185.

Important Asa Stebbins Federal Inlaid & Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock ~ Boston, Massachusetts circa 1800

The Important Asa Stebbins Federal Inlaid and Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock, works by Aaron Willard (1757-1844), painted dial probably by John Minot (w. 1793-1826), case attributed to Stephen Badlam Sr. (1751-1815), Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1800.

The Important Asa Stebbins Federal Inlaid and Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock, works by Aaron Willard (1757-1844)

Stunning! I love the intricate detail. NO wonder it costs so much... The Important Asa Stebbins Federal Inlaid and Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock, works by Aaron Willard (1757-1844), painted dial probably by John Minot (w. 1793-1826), case attributed to Stephen Badlam Sr. (1751-1815), Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1800 Retains its original flanking ornate cast brass finials. Height 104 3/4 in. by Width 22 in. by Depth 12 in. [sold for $185,000]

cup and saucer holder

A bit over the top for my own house, but would be lovely in a tea room. :)

Beautiful way to display tea cups in a french inspired space

perfect for a tea room. ooh and don't forget the cake :D

good use for my teacup collection

would be lovely in a tea room. :)

neat way to display teacups!

Decorative teacup holder

Teacup Holder

Tea room

Dressing Table, Colonial New England, 1760-70. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Dressing Table, Colonial New England, 1760-70. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. beautiful! love this !

Dressing Table, Colonial New England, 1760-70. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Typical Chippendale style with ball and claw feet. San Domingo mahogany, mahogany veneer, yellow-poplar, cedar

Dressing Table, Colonial New England, 1760-70. One of my favorite wings at MOFA. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

1760-1770 American (Pennsylvania) Dressing table at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - From the curators' comments: "The table belongs to a small group of Philadelphia pieces embellished with scenes thought to be from Aesop's "Fables."...The fact that these tales, which warned against greed and vanity, decorated expensive luxury goods was an irony that may have appealed to, or been lost on, eighteenth-century consumers."

Dressing table About 1760–70 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dressing table

Portable Desk-on-frame Table, 1800-1810 - Newburyport, Massachusetts. Maple veneer, mahogany, rosewood, tulip poplar, pine.

Portable Desk-on-frame Table Date: 1800–1810 Geography: Made in Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States Culture: American

Portable Desk-on-frame Table 1800-1810 New England, Newburyport, Mass. American Maple veneer, mahogany, rosewood, tulip poplar, pine MET museum

Portable Desk-on-frame Table | American

Tea Table, Colonial New England, 1750-75. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Tea Table, Colonial New England, 1750-75. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Hubby just built a repro of this, cannot say how pretty it is!!!!

My Erin and her pretty tea table. Tea Table, Colonial New England, 1750-75. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Turret Top Tea table, ca 1750. Rococo Style, turret top more common in Boston. MFA Boston

Tea table

Tea table | MFA for Educators

Side Chair, Wethersfield, CT, 1740-60. Cherry and pine. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Side Chair, Wethersfield, CT, 1740-60. Cherry and pine

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Side chair

Side chair from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, about 1740. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

*1740 AMERICAN (Pennsylvania): Side chair at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - From the curators' comments: "The most boldly shaped American late Baroque chairs, such as this example, were made in Philadelphia. The city was becoming increasingly important-in both wealth and political power-just as this curved style was gaining popularity in the American colonies. Philadelphia's new prominence further attracted immigrant British craftsmen who brought the latest styles."

Side chair from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, about 1740.

side chair (MFA 1740)

Side chair

Work table

(Regency) Work table. Maker: Possibly Thomas Whitman (active ca. 1809–27). Date: 1810–15. Geography: New England, Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Culture: American. Medium: Mahogany, tulip poplar, ebony, ivory, brass. Dimensions: 28 5/8 x 22 1/4 x 17 7/8 in. (72.7 x 56.5 x 45.4 cm).

American Classical Work table attributed to Lemuel Churchill (active ca. 1805–28), Boston, Massachusetts, 1810-15.

Work table Attributed to Lemuel Churchill (active ca. 1805–28) Maker: Possibly Thomas Whitman (active ca. 1809–27) Date: 1810–15 Geography: New England, Boston, Massachusetts, United States Culture: American Medium: Mahogany, tulip poplar, ebony, ivory, brass

1810-1815 American (Massachusetts) Work table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York....

c1815 Federal work table, attr L Churchill, Boston, MA, mah, 22w, MET.

Among the most elegant and sophisticated pieces of furniture produced in Boston in the early nineteenth century, this combined writing and sewing table bears the chalk inscription "Churchill"--presumably the signature of the Boston cabinetmaker Lemuel Churchill

Attributed to Lemuel Churchill | Work table | American | The Met

Queen Anne green painted octagonal-top tea table, circa 1760 ...~♥~

Queen Anne painted octagonal-top tea table Rhode Island, circa 1760 Private collection. This table is very similar from ones found of the same time from Chowan CO., NC

Queen Anne painted octagonal-top tea table Rhode Island, circa 1760 Private collection

Queen Anne green painted octagonal-top tea table, circa 1760 ...oooh I love this.

Queen Anne green painted octagonal-top tea table, circa 1760

American Antiques - David Schorsch & Eileen Smiles - Areas of Expertise include Americana in the Folk Tradition: Americana Antique Paint Decorated Furniture - Octagonal green tea table

Desk and bookcase, bombé base ca 1760. MFA Boston.

Desk and bookcase, bombé base American, about 1760 Attributed to Gibbs Atkins, American, 1739–1806

Desk and bookcase, bombé base | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Desk and bookcase, bombé base American, about 1760.

❤ Desk and bookcase, bombé base ca 1760

Desk and bookcase, bombé base

1730-1760 American (Massachusetts) Chest of drawers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

High chest of drawers [Boston] (10.125.62) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chest of Drawers 1730-60 Boston, MA Walnut, walnut veneer, pine Dimensions: 90 x 44 x 22 1/4 in. (228.6 x 111.8 x 56.5 cm)

# 1730-1760 American (Massachusetts) Chest of drawers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Chest of Drawers | American | The Met In the 1730s, Boston cabinetmakers transformed the traditional flat-top, turned-leg William and Mary–style high chest into the scroll-top, cabriole-leg Queen Anne version. The best examples of this uniquely American design, such as this high chest and its related dressing table (10.125.72), have carved and gilded shells and delicate inlaid compass stars on the pediment and case sides.circa 1730–60

High chest of drawers, 1730–50 Boston Walnut, walnut veneer, white pine; 90 x 44 x 22 1/4 in. (228.6 x 111.8 x 56.5 cm) Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1909 (10.125.62) In the 1730s, Boston cabinetmakers transformed the traditional flat-topped, turned-leg, William and Mary–style high chest into the scroll-topped, cabriole-leg Queen Anne version. The best examples of this uniquely American design have carved-and-gilded shells and delicate inlaid stars.

Chest of Drawers Date: 1730–60 Geography: New England, Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Commode,1730-1760, Amérique (Massachusetts) au Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

High chest of drawers, 1730–50. Boston Walnut, walnut veneer, white pine

American Furniture, 1730–1790: Queen Anne and Chippendale Styles | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Queen Anne maple oval top tea table Probably Massachusetts, circa 1760 Private collection

Queen Anne maple oval top tea table Probably Massachusetts, circa 1760 Private collection

Queen Anne maple oval top tea table Probably Massachusetts, circa 1760 ...~♥~

Queen Anne maple oval top tea table Probably Massachusetts, circa 1760 ...~♥~