This magnificent chippendale ball and claw footed gate leg dining table was made briefly by Kittinger in the late 1930s. The original antique was used at that time as the dining table in the Governor's Palace at Colonial Williamsburg. Since this table was probably not reproduced for more than one year very few of this piece could have been made ... probably no more than one run of 50.
The carving of the ball and claw feet and shells is very well done. The burned in hallmark of the Williamsburg Foundation is indicative of the late 1930s and is the earliest of the Williamsburg Marks. This unique, rare, Williamsburg reproduction would be a wise investment and a beautiful addition to any home.