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    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1650–70
    Medium: 

    Each case frame, principally white oak and red oak; drawer runners, panels, drawer fronts, most drawer sides and backs, white oak and red oak; top bottom of upper case, top back rail of upper case, some of drawer linings, chestnut; one board in bottom of middle drawer in lower case, eastern white pine; front feet, soft maple; door frames in lower case, corbels and plaques underneath them, dentils, probably American black walnut; top and bottom of lower case, some drawer linings, light-colored, shaped moldings on doors in lower case, on small drawers in upper case, and most of same type of molding on deep drawers in upper case, cedar; applied bosses, probably maple or cherry; replaced small bosses on upper case, beech; edge molding on top of upper case, flat, beveled moldings on small drawers in upper case, molding separating these drawers from deep drawer below, wide, beveled moldings and some of the thin, shaped moldings on deep drawer, base molding of upper case, torus molding at top of lower case, triglyphs, molding below triglyphs, base molding of lower case, cedrela (Cedrela odorata); flat panels of dark, reddish-brown wood with irregular black markings on small drawers in upper case, on deep drawer in upper case, and on doors of lower case, spindles on upper case, snakewood (Piratinera guianensis); spindles on lower case, rosewood (Dalbergia spp.); pulls on small drawers in upper case, lignum vitae (Guaiacum spp.).

    Accession Number: 
    1930.2109
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    17th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    ca. 1835–50
    Medium: 

    Mahogany, mahogany veneer, and pine

    Accession Number: 
    2013.9.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    19th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, attributed to: Wenzel Friedrich, American, born Bohemia, 1827–1902
    Date: 
    1880–1900
    Medium: 

    Cow horns, brass, glass, and ocelot skin

    Accession Number: 
    2012.91.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    19th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1740–60
    Medium: 

    Maple with ash or hickory stretchers and seat rails

    Accession Number: 
    2009.87.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Designer: Herter Brothers, American, 1864–1906
    Date: 
    ca. 1881–82
    Medium: 

    Oak, brass, and embossed and gilded leather (replacement)

    Accession Number: 
    2008.224.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    19th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1770–90
    Medium: 

    Mahogany, eastern white pine

    Accession Number: 
    1984.32.29
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view*
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, attributed to: Robert Crossman, American, 1707–1779
    Date: 
    1731
    Medium: 

    White pine, iron cotter-pin hinges, cast brass pulls and escutcheons with bright-cut engraving, and original painted decoration

    Accession Number: 
    2013.57.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, possibly by: John Rockwell, American, born England, 1588–1662
    Maker, possibly by: John Rockwell, 1627–1673
    Date: 
    1640–1660
    Medium: 

    Stiles, rails, panels, bottom boards, white oak; top, eastern white pine; replaced till, yellow poplar

    Accession Number: 
    1930.2262
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    17th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, attributed to: John Townsend, American, 1732–1809
    Date: 
    1775–90
    Medium: 

    Mahogany, yellow-poplar, chestnut, eastern white pine

    Accession Number: 
    1957.37
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view*
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1730–70
    Medium: 

    Varieties of woods are used almost interchangeably within this object. Dark burl veneer on exterior, maple, probably soft maple; light-colored veneer, staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina); thin strips of dark stained veneer on sides of upper case, probably maple; legs, cornice, midmoldings, soft maple; half-round moldings, drops, American black walnut; top and bottom of upper case, some drawer fronts, some drawer dividers, some drawer bottoms and backs, chestnut; backboards of upper case, southern yellow pine and eastern white pine; one drawer divider in upper case, red oak; sides of upper case, formed by a central panel of hard maple, probably sugar maple, flanked by panels of sycamore; drawer front and linings, mixture of eastern hemlock, chestnut, maple, eastern white pine, southern yellow pine, and either Atlantic white cedar or northern white cedar

    Accession Number: 
    1964.46
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view

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