Sheraton Federal sideboard, York, 1810-1815

Contributed by Old York Historical Society


This mahogany table was probably made by Jonathan Judkins and William Senter of Portsmouth, NH (active 1808-1826). Owned by Mesach B. Trundy and wife Martha Whidden. Trundy owned businesses in Portsmouth and Somersworth, NH.

Mahogany with mahogany, satinwood and other veneers. 4 reeded and turned legs which taper in at base. Plain feet. 3 narrow drawers. Center drawer with oval in lighter veneer. Smaller side drawers with rectangular veneer. Below on sides are 2 larger drawers. Center 2 drawers open to shelf. Fine line of veneer outlines entire piece. Similar to SPNEA owned drawer front of Rundlett-May House (Portsmouth, NH) dressing table.

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About This Item

  • Title: Sheraton Federal sideboard, York, 1810-1815
  • Creation Date: circa 1810
  • Subject Date: circa 1810
  • Location: York, York County, ME
  • Media: Mahogany, satinwood
  • Dimensions: 102 cm x 146 cm x 55 cm
  • Local Code: 1988.5
  • Collection: Parsons Collection
  • Object Type: Physical Object

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Old York Historical Society
P.O. Box 312, York, ME 03909
(207) 361-3552

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