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American Table, C. 1875

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American  Table, C. 1875
American  Table, C. 1875
American  Table, C. 1875
American  Table, C. 1875
American  Table, C. 1875
American  Table, C. 1875
American  Table, C. 1875
American  Table, C. 1875

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Very Good; chipping, splitting, and loss to left front of drawer
Country of Origin:
USA
Style:
Victorian
Materials:
american hardwood/fruitwood
Size:
15.4" L x 10.75" W x 23" H
Color/Finish:
brown

Why We Love This

Small tripod table with etched initials "EC" on the wood drawer pull and etched signature under the base. It is a unique piece of Victorian handmade furniture with a family provenance. In ink under the drawer are the following notes: "Made by David Crenshaw for his sister-in-law when she went to college Westminster, SC Circa 1875." "EC" on handle is for Elizabeth Crenshaw. Base of table is signed David Crenshaw. The table is made of several different woods with strongly contrasting color.
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About Nouveau Boutique

I have been studying vintage costume jewelry for years. The more I learned, the more I wanted to know everything about it. I became fascinated with the styles, craftsmanship, and the stories behind each piece. After many years of collecting vintage costume jewelry, I would love to share my passion with you!