Circa 1750 - This cherry wood Georgian dressing table was likely made in the colonies, inspired by English designs of the period. It has a rectangular top above a frieze drawer and ogee-arched apron flanked by deep drawers on cabriole legs and paw feet. A design that was typical of the period. This functional table, with a warm color, would make a great addition to any room in the house.
Condition: The table is in very good condition. The feet are later replacements, but look to be quite old in their own right. The piece has been refinished at some point. The top looks as though it has been reset. There is some topical damage to the left front corner (pic included). The table is very sturdy and the drawers all slide well. There are other minor dings and surface imperfections that one would expect to find on a piece of this age. I'm happy to take additional pics, please ask.
Dimensions: 31.5"H x 38"L x 21"D