CHIPPENDALE CARD TABLE Attributed to Adam Hains

Attributed to Adam Hains (1768-1846)
Philadelphia   Circa 1785

Primary Wood: Mahogany
Secondary Woods: Atlantic Cedar, Poplar, Oak

Height: 29 1/2 inches
Width: 35 3/4 inches
Depth: 17 1/2 inches

Reference: The Hains attribution is based on Lisa Minardi’s article entitled “Adams Hains and the Philadelphia-Reading Connection” on pages 143-202, specifically the pembroke table in figure 2, in Chipstone’s American Furniture 2014. Please also see the card tables in Horner’s Blue Book: Philadelphia Furniture, plate 266 and Joseph Downs American Furniture; Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods in the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, number 346.

Item Number: 7222