Cherry lowboy or dressing table with white pine and possibly cedar secondary woods, molded top over a base with scalloped apron and three drawers, all with thumb molded edges and original hardware, the central drawer with fan carving. Cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Peg and square nail construction. Old but probably not original varnish surface, finished on all sides. 34"H x 40" W x 22"D. American (probably Connecticut), late 18th century. Condition: Top may be an old replacement; piece may have originally been the base to a highboy. Stains and white ring to top, part of central drawer bottom missing, left drawer's original divider missing, losses to drawer front moldings, general wear and light abrasions.
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