Chippendale Dressing Table
American (probably Massachusetts), 18th century. A Chippendale dressing table in mahogany with mixed woods secondary, having a newer rectangular top with molded edges above one dovetailed and thumb-molded long drawer and a row of three aligned, thumb-molded drawers, the middle drawer embellished with fan carving, over a skirt with acorn drop finials, all rising on cabriole legs ending in ball-and-claw feet; ht. 30.75, wd. 37.5, dp. 19.75 in.
Provenance: From the John and Ann Windle antique collections, Shrewsbury-Windle House, Madison, IN. Proceeds to benefit the Shrewsbury-Windle House restoration
Piece has been rebuilt with period components. Lower three drawers and the back board have been rebuilt. Newer top.