Philadelphia Queen Anne tiger maple dressing table
Philadelphia Queen Anne tiger maple dressing table, ca. 1755, the rectangular molded edge top overhanging a case with four drawers flanked by smooth quarter columns, above a scalloped apron supported by cabriole legs, with tongue-like intaglio carving terminating in trifid feet, 30 3/4" x 34 3/4". The carved knee, sometimes described as a lambrequin carving, has often been associated with the cabinet shop of William Savery. Provenance: The Estate of Charlene Sussel, Rockville, Maryland.
Scattered small scratches to top. Staining to top. Brasses appear to be original. Poplar and cedar secondaries. A couple small spilines added to age cracks in side. Overall very good condition.
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