18th century Queen Anne walnut "pin-top" work table, possibly Virginia, yellow pine secondary wood, three-board rectangular top secured by pegged batten braces to lower section, two thumb-molded dovetailed drawers of unequal size, with replaced but old brasses, ring turned and tapered legs with block tops and ending in pad feet. Old green stain residue to underside. 28 1/4" H x 52 1/8" W x 32 1/4" D. Circa 1780. Provenance: Private Southern collection, acquired North Carolina, with oral history of having been found in Virginia. CONDITION: Scattered stains on surface. Losses to braces. Long shallow gouge to front left side of top.