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A Classical Mahogany and Marble Mirrored Mixing Table, attributed to Anthony Quervelle, Philadelphia c.1820


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Announcement!  This item will be available at auction from Neal Auction Company on January 26th, 2019.  Preview exhibition is currently underway.  Click here to see our listings at nealauction.com.

We have handled similar mixing tables and this is a very desirable model, because of its utility and classic beauty.  The Egyptian style door has an old, perhaps original, mirror and is fitted for bottles (see image).   The actual silhouette of this piece is very pleasing, with legs beneath scrolled embellishments, which are repeated under the apron.   The marble, while not original, is exactly what would have been there, and has a dull, honed surface.  Additionally this piece retains its original sliding pull-out immediately below the marble, of figured mahogany. 

Height: 39 in. Depth: 18 in. Width: 36 in.

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