William & Mary
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A William and Mary style burl walnut dressing table or lowboy, the crossbanded quarter veneered top with moulded edge above 3 chevron banded drawers, the whole supported by barley twist legs ending in bun feet.
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Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
19th century or earlier
Materials and Techniques
oak drawer linings
Wear consistent with age and use
30.5 in. H x 40 in. W x 22.5 in. D
77 cm H x 102 cm W x 57 cm D
San Francisco, CA
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