CHIPPENDALE POLESCREEN

Attributed to John Goddard
Newport Circa 1770
Primary Wood: Mahogany
Secondary Wood: Tulip Poplar

Height: 60 inches
Width: 22 inches
Depth: 19 inches

The attribution to Goddard is based on the nearly identical treatment of a leg, foot and carved urn on a tea table documented to John Goddard by an invoice. Please see Patricia Kane, “The Palladian Style in Rhode Island Furniture, Fly Tea Tables,” in American Furniture, 1999, figures 1 and 2.

$5,500

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Description

Attributed to John Goddard
Newport Circa 1770
Primary Wood: Mahogany
Secondary Wood: Tulip Poplar

Height: 60 inches
Width: 22 inches
Depth: 19 inches

The attribution to Goddard is based on the nearly identical treatment of a leg, foot and carved urn on a tea table documented to John Goddard by an invoice. Please see Patricia Kane, “The Palladian Style in Rhode Island Furniture, Fly Tea Tables,” in American Furniture, 1999, figures 1 and 2.