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Table, Card


Card Table, part of an eleven-piece set, made by Charles Honore Lannuier (1779-1819). In 1822, Baltimore merchant and real estate developer James Bosley (1779-1843) installed this elegant eleven-piece suite of New York furniture in his Fayette Street townhouse. The suite consisted of two armchairs, five side chairs, two small settees, and a pair of card tables. This significant group is the only known seating furniture made by Lannuier for a private individual.


circa 1815-1819


Mahogany, poplar, brass


28.5 x 36 x 18 inches

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Bequest of J. B. Noel Wyatt

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