Lord Dunmore Tea Table
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The Lord Dunmore Tea Table is a curator-approved furniture reproduction of an 18th-century antique owned by the Virginia royal Governor himself. The original is now displayed in the Supper Room of the Governor's Palace. The fine attention to detail and superior craftsmanship of a 6th-generation furniture maker have resulted in an heirloom-quality tea table that will last for generations to come.
- Cabriole legs
- 34 3/8" L x 21 5/8 W x 28 3/4" H
- Molding around top edge
- Handcrafted by Owen Suter, 6th-generation furniture maker
- Made in USA
- WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
Dust with damp soft cloth - do not use furniture polish.
The elite of Colonial America maintained many of their English counterparts' customs and rituals, including tea time. And no high tea was complete without a wooden tea table. A tray-topped tea table was the most exquisite furnishing one could own to partake in the high-society activity.