Circa 1840 Empire dropleaf workstand, fine figured and flame mahogany, probably J&JW Meeks, NYC, excellent form, lyre shaped double pedestal on scrolled feet, triple ovolo front, each drawer has fitted interiors-top has slant writing desk, large storage drawer.
18.5” wide, 18.5” deep, 29.5” tall, 10” dropleaves.
Condition – excellent untouched original finish, excellent veneers, shows some crazed surface on dropleaves, great solid stand. 745
- This is the best of American Restauration Empire…in form, quality, condition, cabinetmaker. The best of its period. Slight cleaning would make this the finest of antique Empire furniture. The way you like to find it.
- The secondary wood on drawer sides are mahogany and Spanish Cedar secondary woods in desk drawer. These woods were used by the finest cabinetmakers, popular drawer bottoms.
- An excellent lamp table for any room of the house. By the sofa as a lampstand or bed as a nightstand
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