Tripod Table Attributed to James Allan of Fredericksburg


An exceptional mid 18th century tripod table attributed to James Allan of Fredericksburg. The solid dished and scalloped mahogany top supported on a birdcage support above a pierced tripod base with acanthus scrolls and unusual twisted foliate tips, on three cabriole legs with pierced work and the original castors.

Provenance: Metropolitan Museum of Art 1901 – Rogers Fund

Height 29 inches
Diameter of top 31.5in

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