George I Dressing Table
A George I burl walnut veneer dressing table (English, c. 1720). The inlaid rectangular top has notched corners above a case containing one long drawer over two square drawers flanking a central short drawer, each with contemporary brass bail handles attached to pierced backplates. The long drawer features a matching key escutcheon plate, and the straight bottom has a serpentine cut center raised on four cabriole legs ending in platform pad feet.
28" x 30" x 18.5"
Gift of Ms. Shiela R. Thayer, 1983.
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