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4047 Eastern Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49508

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High Point, NC 27260

Master Works, The Winterthur Collection

Townsend Console Table 83-808

The Townsend Console Table is adapted from an original tea table attributed to John Townsend of Rhode Island, and displayed in the Chinese Parlor of the Winterthur Museum. Made of Mahogany the details are exquisite: fine, cross-hatching along the bottom of the apron, straight legs with stop-fluting, pierced brackets, and pierced stretchers. Lower shelf for storage. Dual finish is optional.

Wood Species: Mahogany
Dimensions Finishes, Fabrics, and Hardware Care Instructions
  • Width: 72" (182.88 cm)
  • Depth: 14" (35.56 cm)
  • Height: 34" (86.36 cm)
  • Arm Height: 0" (0 cm)

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About the Collection

Master Works

Timeless and Bold.

Inspired by pieces of American and European antiquity, the Master Works Collection features complex shapes, intricate carvings, and opulent design finishes. With refined luxury and classic beauty, these pieces are handcrafted for those who believe spaces should express their own tastes rather than follow set rules.

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About the Collection

The Winterthur Collection

du Pont Recreation

Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, located in the Brandywine Valley of Delaware, is the most premier collection of American decorative arts in the world. The former home of Henry Francis du Pont houses a collection of nearly 90,000 objects made or used in America between about 1640 and 1860. The collection is displayed in the magnificent 175-room house, much as it was when the du Pont family lived there, as well as in permanent and changing exhibition galleries. Graduate programs and a preeminent research library make Winterthur an important center for the study of American art and culture.

In 1983 Kindel was awarded a license to reproduce important examples of furniture from du Pont's collection. Kindel sought to recreate the "best of kind" examples due to their complexity, authenticity and craftsmanship. Through the demands of scholars and conservators at Winterthur, Kindel developed the highest standards of execution in the furniture industry. Standards of excellence gained through our experience with Winterthur set the course for how we build furniture today.

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