Classical Games Table.
Attributed to Isaac Pippitt.
This fine games table has a rectilinear top with canted corners and is adorned with crotch mahogany veneered rays. The conforming apron is raised by a carved pedestal above a shaped plinth supported by four carved and molded downward sweeping legs with original brass toe caps.
Philadelphia, circa 1825.
Reference: The Magazine Antiques, May 1994, Deborah Duccoff-Barone, Philadelphia Furniture Makers 1816-1830, Checklist of cabinetmakers and chairmakers of Philadelphia, 1816-1830, pages 751 and 752.