inlaid card table, circa 1800, attributed to Baltimore, Maryland. The primary wood is mahogany and mahogany
veneer. The secondary wood is poplar. The oval inlay of urns, which appears to have
holly in the urns was used by cabinetmakers in Baltimore and Annapolis, such as
John Shaw. See attached excerpts from
the Baltimore Museum catalogue on John Shaw’s furniture.
Height of the table is 30¾ inches,
width is 36¼ inches and depth is 18 inches.
Condition is excellent with very
from the shop of Kelly Kinzle of New Oxford, Pennsylvania, who said he
purchased the table from a Baltimore estate.