One Drawer Table
First Floor - Keeping Room and Adjacent Foyer
Furniture and Hard Furnishings
Southern New England, 18th and 20th centuries
An overhanging top with single wide drawer, turned-wood pull; baluster-turned legs and ball feet with box stretchers.
Condition notes: A written note accompanying the table states that it was “found in attic with no top.” In addition to the new top, now held on by screws in newly cut screw pockets, the entire drawer and drawer slides attached inside the frame are also new. All parts have been refinished.