Late 18th-century New England scrubbed-top tavern table circa
1780. Features maple base with wide pine top crafted from one board with dovetailed drawer and turned tapered legs. Measures 35"W x 24.5"D x 26.5"H. Age wear.
Connecticut colonial period tavern table with one dovetailed
drawer, pegged construction, and stretcher base, circa 1750. One board breadboard top with batten ends. Legs feature fine turnings ending in well-formed feet. Table is full height. Drawer has the original rosehead ...
A gorgeous addition to any traditional interior, this
two-drawer nightstand features a weathered pearl finish, cabriole legs with beautifully scrolled feet, a scalloped apron, and an antiqued-mirror top. The dovetail construction of the drawers ensures durability.