Moor Green is a historic home in Manassas, Virginia. It is on the National, State and County Registers of Historic Places. It is also a private residence, whose owners commissioned this tabletop to recognize the property and the families who have owned it over more than 200 years.
The tabletop is fashioned of pie-matched American cherry and features the Moor Green symbol in the center. A marquetry border displays the eight family names who have owned the property, along with the year and an image of the American flag at that time. This tabletop is 6 ½ feet in diameter, a size that comfortably seats seven people. It is mounted on a brick base that is a portion of the home’s original outer wall. The addition of a kitchen to the home created the space for this special tabletop.