Late Victorian 19th century Hepplewhite Revival sewing stand, possibly E Hagen or other fine New York custom cabinetmaker, beautiful flame mahogany, triple line satin and ebony inlays, four center drawers with fitted top drawer, lift-top paneled end compartments, fully finished and inlaid back and top.
Construction - hand dovetailed and chamfered drawer bottoms, pegged side cabinets.
29” wide, 15” deep, 28.5” tall.
Condition – excellent cleaned original finish, missing some bottom edge inlay/compartments. 836
- Fine handmade cabinetwork in the manner of Ernest Hagen, 1830-1913, worked for Charles Baudoine, NYC. E Hagen is well-known for producing great Duncan Phyfe type furniture in the late 1800’s as well as other fine early 1800 period copies. The companies under his leadership/name operated 1858-1905.
- This stand is numbered 4 and the drawers numbered 13-16, probably making this the fourth of a series made in a custom shop.
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