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Wood, Maple

Works of Art (51)

Archtop Guitar, Centura Deluxe model (Serial number 1249), 1933, James D'Aquisto (American), Spruce, maple, ebony with blonde to honey sunburst finish (2012.246)
Banister-back chair, 1715–35, Northeastern coastal Massachusetts or Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Poplar, maple, ash (52.195.8)
Bass viol, ca. 1640–65, England, Spruce and maple (2009.42)
Bass viol, ca. 1680, Labeled Richard Meares (English), London, Spruce soundboard, maple back and sides (1982.324)
Bassoon, 1881, Giosue Esposito, Naples, Maple, nickel-silver (2003.150a–g)
Bassoon, ca. 1811, John Meacham (American), Albany, New York, Maple, brass (89.4.884)
The Batta-Piatigorsky Violoncello, 1714, Antonio Stradivari (Italian), Cremona, Italy, Spruce, maple, ebony (L.2013.71a–g)
Bedstead, 1810–15, Attributed to Thomas Seymour (American), Boston, Mahogany, mahogany veneer, mahoganized maple and white pine, painted and gilded wood (18.110.64)
Bedstead, 1830–60, American; New Lebanon, New York, Maple and pine (1981.226)
Bookstand, 1839, Designer: Charles-Auguste Questel (French); Maker: Georges-Alphonse Jacob Desmalter (French), France; Paris, Oak, maple, ebony, ebony veneer, ebonized maple, snakewood, ivory, mother-of-pearl, silk velvet, gilt bronze, and brass (2006.518)
Cabinet, ca. 1874–77, Design attributed to Frank Furness (American); manufactured by Daniel Pabst (American), Philadelphia, Walnut, maple, white pine, glass (1985.116)
Card table, 1760–85, Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, maple, chestnut, white pine (67.114.1)
Card table, ca. 1786, John Townsend (American), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, maple, chestnut, tulip poplar (27.161)
Chest of drawers, ca. 1747, Boston, Maple, white pine (10.125.58)
Collector's Cabinet, ca. 1570–90, South German or Tyrolean, Pine, walnet, ash, various fruitwoods, maple, ebony, partly stained (marquetry veneer); gilt bronze (25.135.112)
Cupboard, 1670–1700, Plymouth or Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Red oak, eastern white pine, Atlantic white cedar, eastern red cedar, black walnut, maple (50.20.3)
Dining table, 1800–1825, American; Hancock, Massachusetts, Pine, maple, and basswood (66.10.1)
Drop-leaf dining table, 1756, John Townsend (American), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, maple (L.2001.53.1)
Easy chair, 1715–30, Boston, Massachusetts, Maple, oak, black tupelo (50.228.1)
Easy chair, 1758, Caleb Gardner (American), American; Newport, Rhode Island, Walnut, maple (50.228.3)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, ca. 1280–1300, Navarre, Spain, Maple, paint, and gilt (53.67)
Fife, ca. 1780–90, Thomas Cahusac, Sr. (British), London, Maple, brass (2000.365)
Guitar, ca. 1835–40, Johann Anton Stauffer (Austrian), Vienna, Wood, various materials (1979.390)
High chest of drawers, 1700–1730, Boston, Massachusetts, Black walnut, poplar, maple, hickory, eastern white pine (52.195.2a,b)
Lute, late 16th century, Attributed to Wendelin Tieffenbrucker, Padua, Yew, spruce, ebony, maple (1989.13)
Mandora, 1726, Gregori Ferdinand Wenger, Augsburg, Maple, spruce, ebony (89.4.3140)
Mechanical game table, ca. 1780–83, David Roentgen (German), Germany; Neuwied, Partially stained oak, mahogany, maple, and fruitwood, felt, partially tooled and gilded leather, iron and steel fittings, brass (2007.42.1,2)
Oval box, 1800–1900, American, Maple and pine (66.10.36a,b)
Oval table with falling leaves, 1715–40, Rhode Island, Maple, eastern white pine (10.125.133)
Quillwork shadow box, ca. 1817, Myra Bates Willcutt (American), Cohasset, Massachusetts, Paper, mica, silk, maple, pine, and glass (2006.45)
Rocking chair, 1820–50, American, Maple and birch (66.10.23)
Rolltop desk, ca. 1776–79, David Roentgen (German, 1743–1807), Oak, cherry, pine, mahogany, veneered with maple, burl woods, holly, hornbeam (all partially stained), tulipwood, mahogany, and other woods; mother-of-pearl; partially gilded and tooled leather; gilt bronze, iron, steel, brass, and partially gold-lacquered brass (41.82)
Seed stand, 1800–1825, American; New Lebanon, New York, Pine and maple (66.10.19)
Settee, 1760–90, American, Mahogany, maple, cedar, birch, white pine (30.120.59)
Sewing table, 1843, Made by James X. Smith (American), New Lebanon, New York, Cherry, butternut, pine, basswood, sycamore, maple (66.10.18)
Sgabello, ca. 1489–91, Italian (Florence), Walnut, maple, ebony, ebonized wood, and fruitwood, traces of gilding and red paint (30.93.2)
Side chair, 1840–60, American; Watervliet, New York, and New Lebanon, New York, Maple (66.10.5)
Side chair, ca. 1810, Attributed to the Workshop of Duncan Phyfe (American), New York City, Mahogany, gilded brass with yellow poplar, cherry, ash (60.4.4)
Side chairs, 1765–90, American, Mahogany, maple, white pine (39.88.1,2)
Small cabinet, 1679, Attributed to the Symonds shop tradition, Salem, Massachusetts, Red oak, white pine, black walnut, red cedar, maple (10.125.168)
Sofa and armchairs, ca. 1835, Filippo Pelagio Palagi (Italian), Mahogany veneered with maplewood and mahogany, covered with modern silk brocade (1987.62.1, .2, .3)
Sofa, ca. 1856, Ringuet-Leprince and L. Marcotte (French and American), Ebonized maple, gilt bronze (68.69.1)
Tall clock, 1789, John Townsend (American) and William Tomlinson (British), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, chestnut, tulip poplar, maple (27.57.2)
Tenor Recorder in C, end of 16th century, Germany (?), Maple (89.4.3133)
Viola d'amore, 18th century, Johannes Florenus Guidantus (Italian), Bologna, Italy, Spruce, maple (2009.41)
Violetta, 1701, Giovanni Grancino (Italian), Milan, Spruce, maple, ebony, bone (2008.1)
Violin, 1669, Nicolò Amati (Italian), Cremona, Italy, Spruce, maple, other woods (1974.229)
Violin, ca. 1560, Andrea Amati (Italian), Italy (Cremona), Maple, spruce, various other materials (1999.26)
Violin: "The Antonius," 1711,Antonio Stradivari (Italian), Cremona, Italy, Maple, spruce, ebony (34.86.1)
Violin: "The Francesca", 1694, Antonio Stradivari (Italian), Cremona, Italy, Maple, spruce, ebony (34.86.2)
Violoncello Head, ca. 1670–80, School of Joachim Tielke (German), Maple (1998.458)