Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to eastern Virginia, circa 1800, poplar, white pine and cherry secondary, rectangular top having drop cut and shaped leaves with single butterfly support, triple light and dark wood line inlay to border, light wood line inlay to top and bottom edge, single flush drawer above a distinctive stylized herringbone bottom border, upper stiles with oval flower paterae inlay, faux drawer to opposite side, raised on tall square tapered legs with line inlay and lower inlaid cuff.
28.5 x 30.25 x 19.25 in., each leaf 10.5 in.
A very fine example for this form noting good height, use of cherry for the fly rail and butterfly, and quality inlay.
Good as found estate condition; top with line and edge inlay losses; some cuff inlay loss; old surface stains, marring and inconsistencies.
$6,000 - 9,000