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Cincinnati, Ohio, mid 19th century, stencil mark to the back, multi-part form, mahogany veneers, white pine and poplar secondary, double cove molded finely veneered cornice surmounted by an acanthus leaf carved pediment, central looking glass with two iron candlearms, flanked by two hinged cabinet doors with shelved interior, base with central marble top flanked by two hinged horizontal lidded compartments, above two central large deep drawers flanked by two hinged cabinet doors with shelved interior, raised on distinctive front ogee and demilune feet, allover ribbon moldings.
90.5 x 48 x 21 in. From the Collection of James H. Craig and Randy S. Johnson, Sarasota, Florida
Minor veneer losses to upper cornice edge; minor molding losses to lower left and right feet; overall good estate condition.
$1,000 - 2,000