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Pedestal

c. 1870
designed and made by

attributed to Daniel Pabst

(American, 1826–1910)
Overall: 91 cm (35 13/16 in.)
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The pedestal of of ebonized (stained black) wood was made under the stylistic influence of the Philadelphia architect Frank Furness (1839-1912).
Pedestal

Pedestal

c. 1870

Daniel Pabst

(American, 1826–1910)
America, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 19th century

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