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Enoch Poor (Attributed)

Chippendale Serpentine Front Secretary attributed to Enoch Poor

Origin United States, New Hampshire
Period 18th Century
Dimensions
W. 42 in; H. 96 in; D. 23 in;
W. 106.68 cm; H. 243.84 cm; D. 58.42 cm;
Creation Date Manchester, New Hampshire, Circa 1780
Description Attributed to Enoch Poor (1736-1780)

Primary Wood: Birch
Secondary Wood: Pine

Reference: A secretary of the same form but with a mahogany veneered front is in the collection of the Currier Gallery, Manchester, New Hampshire. It is illustrated in Decorative Arts of New Hampshire, Currier Gallery of Art, 1964, page 42, number 50. Bernard & S. Dean Levy, Inc. Gallery Catalogue VII, page 64.

Provenance: The Riker Family of New York and New Jersey.
Styles / Movements Chippendale
Dealer Reference Number 6969
Incollect Reference Number 220957
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