Empire Parlor Table, att. Thomas Day, MIlton, NC, c. 1840, mahogany, mahogany veneer w/white pine secondary, square form w/serpentine top, supported by faceted central column, on quadruped base w/casters. - Thomas Day was born 1801 in Virginia to free black parents. In 1823, Day moved to Milton, NC where he soon became renowned for his "aesthetic vision, inventive decorative motifs and precise craftmanship of his work, Retrieved August 2, 2007
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