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The East Windsor cabinetmaker and furniture designer who created this dressing table dominated furniture design in Connecticut in the late 18th century. His style, known as "Connecticut Chippendale," often included such elegant features as ball and claw feet, spiral rosettes, open fretwork and scrolled pediments.

( Connecticut Historical Society Museum/ Courant File Photo / February 3, 2014 )

The East Windsor cabinetmaker and furniture designer who created this dressing table dominated furniture design in Connecticut in the late 18th century. His style, known as "Connecticut Chippendale," often included such elegant features as ball and claw feet, spiral rosettes, open fretwork and scrolled pediments.

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