Attributed to D[uncan] Phyfe and Sons, New York

Sofa Table

FAPG 20425D

later 1830s

Sofa Table, later 1830s
Attributed to D[uncan] Phyfe and Sons (active 1837–40), New York
Mahogany, with gilt brass castors
29 7/8 in. high, 24 in. wide, 36 3/4 in. long; 56 1/8 in. long (with both leaves extended)

With leaves extended

Sofa Table, later 1830s
Attributed to D[uncan] Phyfe and Sons (active 1837–40), New York
Mahogany, with gilt brass castors
29 7/8 in. high, 24 in. wide, 36 3/4 in. long; 56 1/8 in. long (with both leaves extended)

With leaves dropped

Description

Sofa Table, later 1830s
Attributed to D[uncan] Phyfe and Sons (active 1837–40), New York
Mahogany, with gilt brass castors
29 7/8 in. high, 24 in. wide, 36 3/4 in. long; 56 1/8 in. long (with both leaves extended)

Although drop-leaf tables of all sizes were an important staple of cabinetmaking establishments during the Neo-Classical period in the United States, sofa tables, which were originally used in front of a sofa, were only rarely produced. 

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