TAVERN TABLE - a small, low table, whose top - rectangular or round - overhangs the base; the earliest styles, featured elaborately turned legs and stretchers typical of William and Mary furniture, developed in England in the late 1600s, it flourished there and in America until the early 1800s
Lift-top blanket chest, c. New Jersey, pine with poplar with the original vibrant blue on blue grain painted finish, high, long
Large Victorian Dining Table Burr Walnut Extendable
View this item and discover similar dining room tables for sale at - A fantastic Victorian style dining table in burr walnut. There is no mistaking the classic and sophisticated design of this exquisite Victorian style
This mahogany tea table, attributed to John Townsend of Newport, R., has undulating sides, cabriole legs with intaglio carving and beautifully articulated ball and claw feet.
Federal Tabernacle Looking Glass from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We have a DIY tutorial to make it in miniature 1/12th scale here, take a peek: http://thesoboleditions.blogspot.com/2013/03/Looking-glass-toothpicks21.html