1958.2145 Stand, Kettle Stand
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Stand (Kettle stand)

  • Category:


  • Creator (Role):

    John Townsend (Cabinetmaker)

  • Place of Origin:

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

  • Date:


  • Materials:

    Mahogany; Brass; Iron

  • Museum Object Number:


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Object Number


Object Name

Stand (Kettle stand)



Credit Line/Donor

Gift of Henry Francis du Pont

Creator (Role)

John Townsend (Cabinetmaker)

Place of Origin

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




Mahogany; Brass; Iron

Dimensions (inches)

29.125 (H) , 19 (W)

Dimensions (centimeters)

73.978 (H) , 48.26 (W)

Measurement Notes

OW is at feet. W (box, with grain) 8.5 in. W (box, across grain) 8.25 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. 150, pp. 287-88.
[Book] Stillinger, Elizabeth, et al. 1972 The Antiques Guide to decorative arts in America, 1600-1875.
Published: p. 160.
[Book] Fitzgerald, Oscar P. 1982 Three Centuries of American Furniture.
Published: fig. IV-4, p. 59.
[Book] Moses, Michael. 1984 Master Craftsmen of Newport: The Townsends and the Goddards.
Published: p. 158, fig. 3.81.
[Article] Bohdan, Carol. 1979 "Cabriole Legs". Fine Woodworking. 18 (Sept./Oct.)
Published: p. 79.
[Book] Downs, Joseph & du Pont, Henry Francis. 1952 American Furniture: Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods, in the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum.
Published: no. 288.
[Book] Sweeney, John A. H., et al. 1963 Winterthur Illustrated.
Published: p. 55.
[Article] Butler, Joseph T. 1973 "American Furniture", in Phillips, Phoebe. 1973. The Collectors' Encyclopedia of Antiques.
Published: p. 54.
[Catalogue] American Art Association and Anderson Galleries, Inc. Colonial Furniture, Silver, and Decorations: the Collection of the Late Philip Flayderman (Jan. 2-4, 1930).
Published: lot number 473.
[Article] 04//1930 Furniture Items from the Year's Sales. Antiques. 17 (4)
Published: fig. 4.