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Tea table

Object number



Maker Unknown


27 × 28 11/16 × 16 3/4 in. (68.58 × 72.87 × 42.55 cm) Width, frame: 25 3/16 in. (63.99 cm) Width, feet: 27 5/16 in. (69.37 cm) Depth, frame: 13 1/2 in. (34.29 cm) Depth, feet: 15 1/4 in. (38.74 cm)



Current location

Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library


Made in, Probably made in Massachusetts, formerly said to have been made in Rhode Island
(view a map of Rhode Island)


Mahogany (primary); mahogany (candle slides and transverse brace); white pine (glue blocks and runners for candle slides)






By tradition John Leach (1723/24–1799) and Sarah Leach (née Coffin, 1732–1811), Boston; by descent to their son Thomas Leach (1757–1828), Boston; by descent to his daughter Sally Avis Blaney (1786–1860), Boston; by descent to her daughters Sarah Coffin Blaney (1823–1880) and Harriet Blaney (1821–1885), Boston; by descent to their brother Charles Blaney (1830–1893), Cambridge, Massachusetts; by descent to his son Charles Priaut Blaney (1868–1951), New York and Wilton, Connecticut. Israel Sack, New York, by 1941; sold to Henry Francis du Pont (1880–1969), Winterthur, Delaware, 1941; bequeathed to Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, Delaware, 1969

Associated names

Israel Sack, Inc.
John Leach
Sarah Leach
Thomas Leach
Sarah Coffin Blaney
Harriet Blaney
Charles Blaney
Charles Priaut Blaney


American Antiques from Israel Sack Collection, 10 vols. (Washington, D.C.: Highland House Publishers, 1957–89), vol. 10, p. 65, pl. 3.
Nancy E. Richards and Nancy Goyne Evans, New England Furniture at Winterthur: Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods (Winterthur, Del.: Winterthur Publications, 1997), 233–234, no. 120, ill.