1958.2148 Table, view 1
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Table (Tea table)

  • Category:


  • Creator (Role):

    John Goddard (Furniture maker)

  • Place of Origin:

    Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States, North America

  • Date:


  • Materials:

    Mahogany; Tulip poplar; Mahogany veneer

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Object Number


Object Name

Table (Tea table)



Credit Line/Donor

Gift of Henry Francis du Pont

Creator (Role)

John Goddard (Furniture maker)
Attributed to John Goddard (1723/24-85).

Place of Origin

Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, New England, United States, North America




Mahogany; Tulip poplar; Mahogany veneer

Dimensions (inches)

26.875 (H) , 32.75 (W) , 20.375 (D)

Dimensions (centimeters)

68.263 (H) , 83.185 (W) , 51.752 (D)

Measurement Notes

OW and OD are at feet. W (skirt) 31.625 in.; W (top) 32.25 in.; D (skirt) 18.75 in.; D (top) 19.125 in.

Object Description

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Bibliography and Bibliographic Notes

[Book] Richards, Nancy E. & Evans, Nancy Goyne. 1997 New England Furniture at Winterthur: Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods.
Published: cat. no. 123, left, pp. 238-40.
[Book] Downs, Joseph & du Pont, Henry Francis. 1952 American Furniture: Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods, in the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum.
Published: fig. 373.
[Article] Garrett, Wendell D. 09//1968 The Goddard and Townsend Joiners. Antiques. 114 (3)
Published: pp. 391-93.
[Article] Zea, Philip. 1999 Serpentine Front Furniture. American Furniture.
Published: fig. 11, p. 260.
[Article] 04//1930 Furniture Items from the Year's Sales. Antiques. 17 (4)
Published: fig. 6.
[Article] Ormsbee, Thomas H. 1937 "Block-Front Table by John Goddard". American Collector. 6 (May)
Published: p. 2.
[Book] Sack, Albert M. 1950 Fine Points of Furniture: Early American.
Published: p. 247.
[Book] Hinckley, F. Lewis. 1953 A Directory of Antique Furniture.
Published: fig. 977, p. 306
[Book] Honour, Hugh. 1969 Cabinet Makers and Furniture Designers.
Published: p. 152.
[Book] Butler, Joseph T. 1973 American Furniture from the First Colonies to World War I.
Published: p. 54.
[Article] Moses, Michael & Moses, Liza. 05//1982 Authenticating John Townsend's and John Goddard's Queen Anne and Chippendale Tables. Antiques. 121 (5)
Published: fig. 5.
[Book] Moses, Michael. 1984 Master Craftsmen of Newport: The Townsends and the Goddards.
Published: p. 204, pl. 7, fig. 4.4, pp. 217-18, figs. 5.4, 5.4a, 5.4b.
[Book] Norton, Thomas E. 1984 One Hundred Years of Collecting in America: The Story of Sotheby Parke Bernet.
Published: p. 112.
[Catalogue] 1930 Colonial Furniture, Silver and Decorations: Many labeled, pedigreed, and historic examples including heirlooms of the Hancock, Revere, Cooke, Bartlett, Bowen, Choate and Johnson-Campbell Families. The Collection of the Late Philip Flayderman.
Published: p. 189, lot. no. 450.