American Federal Dining Room Suite
American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite American Federal Dining Room Suite
American Federal Dining Room Suite

American Federal Dining Room Suite

  • This rare American Federal dining room suite is remarkably in complete condition
  • Crafted of mahogany with exceptional inlaid brass, the pieces are both lovely and versatile
  • The three pedestal dining table can be used as a large single table or as a pair of consoles
  • Comprising 19 total pieces, the set is of the absolute highest quality
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Item No. 29-1585
$148,800
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This superb American Federal-style dining room suite is truly a magnificent find. Beloved for its neoclassical elegance, the Federal style is among the most celebrated of all American design styles. It became popular during a period when the decorative arts moved away from the heavily carved Rococo pieces of the past and embraced the graceful lines and proportions of Neoclassicism. Impressive in size and breathtaking in craftsmanship, this set is a remarkable example of the style, and each piece is graced by delicately inlaid with brass neoclassical motifs.

Nineteen pieces comprise this impressive suite, which remains in remarkable and complete condition considering its age. The central dining table offers the ultimate in versatility - its two leaves and three pedestals can be adjusted to allow for a range of sizes, from a table for twelve to a table for two. Two armchairs and ten side chairs are also included, and each is upholstered in rich, cream-colored brocade.

For serving, the suite is accompanied by an expansive sideboard with ample storage space and drawers for all manner of dining accessories; a breakfront with swan’s neck cresting; a server with a pedestal base; an extremely rare octagonal wine cooler, lined with lead and with space for five bottles; a silver canteen with fitted drawers; and a children’s table. The suite is extraordinary in terms of design and craftsmanship, and, as a whole, is undoubtedly one of the finest examples of American furniture on the market.

Circa 1840

This suite includes:
Dining Table: 56” wide x 162” length x 29” high
Arm Chairs: 24” wide x 20” deep x 38 1/2” high
Side Chairs: 18 1/2” wide x 17” deep x 34 3/8” high
Breakfront: 46” wide x 23” deep x 89” high
Sideboard: 69” wide x 23” deep x 59” high
Small Sideboard: 45” wide x 29” deep x 49” high
Wine Cooler: 19” wide x 19 deep x 36” high
Silver Canteen: 36” wide x 18” deep x 17” high
Children’s Table: 39” wide x 52 1/2” length x 28” high
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Period: 19th Century
Origin:America
Type:Dining Tables
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