Lancaster Pennsylvania Antique Pembroke Card Game Table Hage Kendig Family 1790
Hand written label reads: Card Table, from the estate of Gertrude Marie Hage of Harrisburg. Came from either the Kendig or Carpenter sp? Area that I can not read looks like another name. And I think the second name after Kendig is Carpenter or Carfenter. The history I could find is Hother Hage married Mary A. Kendig of Lancaster county in 1849. Hother was quite an amazing man, building railroads and working in the government. Measures 28 5/8 inches tall.
35 by 20 5/8 inches closed and 35 by 38 7/8 open. You can see the hand work on the drawer. Missing a little inlaid wood at the bottom of one leg and some scraping and a water ring on the top. It's a pretty table. The damage seems fixable and reasonable for being around 200 years old.
I believe the style is Hepplewhite or Pembroke. The item "Lancaster Pennsylvania Antique Pembroke Card Game Table Hage Kendig Family 1790" is in sale since Friday, August 11, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Tables\1800-1899". The seller is "love-it-again" and is located in Jacksonville, Florida. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Type: Game Table
- Region of Origin: America
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Material: Wood