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A Classical Brass Inlaid and Gild-decorated Gaming Table, By Thomas Seymour or Circle, Boston, Massachusetts, c.1810-1820

Note the distinctive rounded casters on this table match casters on other examples of Seymour work.  See a Pair of Lyre Card Tables and a Trestle-Based Card Table in our collection.

Provenance: Francis Bealy
Other Notes : This was the first piece of antique furniture aquired by the consignors
Property of a New York Family (Keno Auctions - Jan 2012)

The owners of this fine collection were intent upon furnishing their gracious home with the best of 18th and 19th century American fine art, furniture and decorative arts. Their commitment to excellence can be seen in each piece they collected, striving for the finest in purity of form, materials and condition . The owners were adamant about knowing where or by whom a painting or piece of furniture was made; the pedigree had to match their rigorous criteria. The American furniture and decorative arts you will find on the following pages truly has global style and the pieces are certain to appeal to a wide audience of connoisseurs.

The owners of this home relished life in well-appointed style and designed their rooms with vision that was both thoughtful and practical.

Condition report: Brass and ebony inlay along left edge of stationary top is missing. The lower 3/4 of the acanthus left on right leg has been repainted.

Height: 29 1/2 in.  Width: 36 in.  Depth: 18 in.