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18th century, satinwood veneer (book-matched on the top) accented with rosewood banded veneer, oak secondary. When open, the top has a lozenge shape, the leaves utilizing double butterfly supports, the single drawer flanked by applied wooden elements, raised on tall tapered legs with mahogany inlay simulating a fluted surface, terminating in a block foot.
30 x 28 x 30.5 in.; each leaf 9.25 in.
Property of a Gentleman, Richmond, Virginia.
This table is pictured in figure 783 of the book "Colonial Furniture in America" by Luke Vincent Lockwood 3rd edition.
Veneer lifts, cracks, and loss especially to the banding; possible extensions to the block feet.
$3,000 - 5,000