|Title:||Very Unique 19th Century Pennsylvania Late Sheraton Single Drop-Leaf Table|
|Size:||H 30.25in x W 48in x D 22.5in|
The mahogany, figured maple, cherry, with walnut inlay table possesses rectangular top with single-hinged drop leaf projecting above the molded frieze, fitted with two aligned drawers, raised on spiral-reeded legs terminating in bulbous feet. Symbols adorn the skirt of the table in the Pennsylvania Dutch tradition including a tulip.
Written on the case behind the left drawer in pencil are the names Mary Katherine Matson and Taylor Matson. Beneath that is a paper label from “Taylor Matson Co. mfg of Heat Amplifiers for steam and hot water boilers…”
Typewritten below the label:
“M.K. Matson bough (sic) this table froum (sic) M Rap about 1914 at erwina, P.A. her farthre (sic) was a cabinet maker who made the table about 18?? At erwina abouv (sic) Trenton. Taylor Matson, Dec 27, 1956”
Written on the case behind the right drawer (also in pencil) is the signature of the maker. “Made by Isaac Rapp at Erwina Bucks County, PA.”
Dimensions: 30 ¼” H x 48” W X 22 ½” D (with leaf down) x 42” D (with leaf up)
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