A Queen Anne Fan-Carved Tiger Maple Dressing Table, Likely Massachusetts, Circa 1750

appears to retain period pulls.

Height 32 x width 20 x depth 38 inches.

Provenance:Property from the Collection of the Alexander Morris Family, Princeton, New Jersey


In overall fine and stable condition. Old scuffs, marks and scratches consistent with age and use.  The knee returns show evidence of having been detached and reglued.  Refinished surface.  Each of the laminated feet show an age crack where they where joined to the leg post, some evidence they became detached and were reglued.  Drawers each show some replaced elements, particularly, the drawer bottoms.

Secondary wood: White pine.

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000
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