AMERICAN FEDERAL-STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, beveled-glass mirror held within columnar stanchions, over three short drawers with likely original brass knobs, flanked by short columns, above two short drawers over one full length drawer, each with likely original brass pulls and serpent decoration, the whole raised on reeded legs. Poplar and pine secondary wood. Retains an old refinished surface with warm color. Fourth quarter 19th century. 40 3/4" H, 39 3/4" W, 20 1/4" D.
Very good overall visual condition with areas of expected usage wear, mirror does not sit flush.
Provenance: From the estate of Joe Scott Calhoun, Staunton, VA.