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Seymour Occasional Table

Winterthur Collection

This drinks table is made from an original sewing table displayed in the McIntire Room of the Winterthur Museum. It is made by the Seymour cabinetmaking family in Boston in 1800. The rectangular top with canted corners is of Satinwood veneer and has an elaborate inlay of black, white and red pattern around the border. The long tapered legs are reeded and turned and terminate with dainty solid brass casters. There is one drawer. The apron rails feature a Satinwood field and Mahogany borders.

Wood Species: Mahogany


  • Width: 20.75" (52.705 cm)
  • Depth: 15.25" (38.735 cm)
  • Height: 30" (76.2 cm)

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