Game Table, Possibly Made by Charles Honore Lannuier, 1810-1830

Summary

Flip-top game tables were highly desirable objects in early 19th century America. This one is as fancy as they got, complete with carved, winged griffins, and hairy paw legs.

Flip-top game tables were highly desirable objects in early 19th century America. This one is as fancy as they got, complete with carved, winged griffins, and hairy paw legs.

Artifact

Card table

Date Made

1810-1830

Creators

Lannuier, Charles Honore, 1779-1819 

Place of Creation

United States, New York, New York 

Creator Notes

Attributed to the workshop of Charles Honore Lannuier, New York City, New York.

Location

Not on exhibit to the public.

Object ID

64.26.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Mahogany (Wood)

Color

Black (Color)
Brown
Gold (Color)

Dimensions

Height: 30 in

Width: 36.5 in

Length: 18.25 in

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