A RARE ORIGINAL BLUE-PAINTED RECTANGULAR “H” STRETCHER TAVERN TABLE. New England, late 18TH Century, The base has an dovetailed “H” stretcher and the square legs are lambs tongue chamfered. Wide two board top held in place with square head nails, and two dovetailed slotted batons on underside of top. The table retains full height and original dry blue paint; measurements 44” long 33” wide 25 1/2” tall
Early CT Tavern Table with original red paint, two part top with applied ends, full length dovetailed drawer with turned wood pull, pegged mortised construct, turned legs, 26-½"h. x 50"w. x 27-½"d., (legs shortened, losses to drawer, good patina, natural paint wear).
Painted Pine Stretcher-Based Table, 18th century, the top overhangs a single drawer flanked by block and ring-turned legs joined by three square stretchers, later blue paint and drawer pull, (imperfections), ht. 25 1/2, wd. 36, dp. 21 3/4 in.