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Massachusetts Kettle Stand - Floor Sample Sale

Winterthur Reproduction
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Mixing traditional furniture with contemporary decor adds interest, contrast, and depth. This finely crafted reproduction features hand inlays with contrasting patterns on the top and leg surfaces. The fine inlay lines of this table are exquisite and refined. A small sliding tray on the apron is designed to provide a rest for a teacup while water is poured from an urn.

Winterthur's exacting standards require that reproductions may not vary more than 1/8th" of the original.

• Made in the USA by master craftsmen at Kindel Furniture Company.

• Hand carved mahogany.

• Dimensions: 13.75"W x 10.75"D x 28"H.

• Email for images of the floor sample. Special orders not available.

• Large furniture pieces must be delivered by Motor Freight. A shipping quote will be emailed within 1 business day. FREE DELIVERY within 15 mile radius of Winterthur Museum
In the second half of the eighteenth century, a kettle stand was used to hold the silver hot water urn used for brewing tea. Kettle stands were both decorative and a mark of status. Often, a small slide , or pull-out tray, was concealed in the tabletop and could be extended to provide a rest for teacups. The original table is displayed in the Baltimore Drawing Room at Winterthur Museum made in Massachusetts around 1800.

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