English, early 19th century. A Hepplewhite gentleman's dressing table in mahogany and oak with lightwood inlays, having a square fold-out hinged surface revealing one large and four small brass inset bowls with rear adjustable mirror, above a single cockbeaded and dovetailed drawer with brass pull, all rising on square tapering legs; ht. 36, wd. 22, dp. 21 in.
Item is in very good condition for age. Some age splits to sides of case. Minimal surface wear.
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