A particularly fine circa 1820 Sheraton mahogany 1-drawer stand on brass casters. This is a nice example with a long pull-out drawer at the front and a false drawer at the back. The short overhang coupled with the narrow, elongated form give this piece a very attractive stance. It features tight ring-turned legs, a banded inlaid top, as well as string inlay. Construction includes pine secondary wood with rosehead nails and very thin oak drawer sides with slim dovetails. The brass cups on the feet are original but it appears the casters have been replaced. All in all, this is an honest 200-year-old piece of furniture with only a few scattered minor losses of string inlay and banding.
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