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Sewing Table

Place Made:
Possibly Bourbon County Kentucky United States of America
Date Made:
1820-1850
Medium:
walnut
Dimensions:
HOA 31-1/2″; WOA 28″; LOA 21-1/2″
Accession Number:
5712
Description:
Sewing table with cabriole legs terminating with peg feet; having a scalloped apron, both the front and rear apron open into a drawer, the interior of the drawer is divided into 10 sections one of which has a hinged lid that opens up into a pin cushion, both drawers have the smae layout the rear drawer has a three loose dividers.
History:
Sold at auction on July 3, 1999 by Mark Mattox: Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer, Inc. / 106 East Main Street, Carlisle, Kentucky 40311. Previously belonged to George Bruce Miller, Paris, Kentucky.
Credit Line:
Loan courtesy of Mr. Clifton Anderson.