Having a hinged lid, with integral molded tongue and groove bread board ends, above a case fitted with a molded lip dovetailed drawer, standing on mitered cut feet. Pine retaining an old or original yellow stained surface, which has oxidized over the years. Hardwood escutcheon appears to be original. Knobs replaced and small lip repair. New Lebanon, NY. Circa 1840.
H. 32”, w. 41 3/4", d. 18 1/2".
Illustrated; A similar example, probably by the same hand, The Encyclopedia of
Shaker Furniture, Fig. 250