Center Pedestal Table
Eagles-Pullman Co. - 1850 - 1854
The table, with a serpentine top, is supported by a pedestal with four scrolls, any two together forming a lyre shape. A stacked finial sits in the void formed by the scrolled pedestal. The whole piece is supported by ogee bracket feet supported by casters.
|Title||Center Pedestal Table|
|Date||1850 - 1854|
Measurements: 28 in. high, 36 in. wide, 35 in. deep.
George M. & A.B. Pullman, owners of Eagles - Pullman Co., later moved to Chicago where they manufactured Pullman Palace railroad cars.
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|Institution||Grand Rapids Public Museum|
|Physical Storage Location||Grand Rapids Public Museum Archives|