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Sewing Table

Place Made:
Norfolk Virginia United States of America
Date Made:
mahogany –white pine –poplar
HOA: 30 3/8″; WOA: 25 5/8″; DOA: 14 1/2″
Accession Number:
DESCRIPTION: Oval-shaped sewing table with square tapering legs; two false drawers, one on each end; molded top; hinged lid opening to a compartmentalized interior, lift-out compartment tray at center of interior, blue paper in both end sections of interior; front and back of solid wood, ends veneered over vertical laminated strips.
Descended through the female line of the Taylor, Camp, and Willoughby families of Norfolk, Virginia. Its original owner was probably Frances (Willoughby) Camp (1785-1845),the daughter of William (d. 1800) and Margaret (Marnix) Willoughby (1766-1827), who married George Washington Camp in Norfolk on June 6, 1810.
Credit Line:
Gift of Conrad Little Buckley Paulus of the Taylor Family of Norfolk, Virginia