The single drawer, deep shaped skirt, cabriole legs and trifid feet are all hallmarks of the classic dressing table form from the Delaware River Valley in southeastern Pennsylvania during the period. This example survives in excellent condition with a soft, mellow finish.
Walnut, white cedar, poplar and brass.
H: 28.5″; W: 36″; D: 21.75″
Excellent condition retaining mid-19th century coatings.