|Title:||Federal tiger maple and cherry server|
|Size:||H 41in x W 41in x D 20in|
Tiger maple, cherry and mahogany Hepplewhite server. This fine server has a cherry case, and the face is banded with mahogany veneer, having 3 shallow drawers above 2 deep bottle drawers centered by 2 doors above 2 long drawers. All faced with well figured tiger maple panels, framed with figured mahogany banding, the doors with oval crotch mahogany panels, having satinwood banding. All above a base with French feet in the front and straight feet in the back, and with a elaborate scalloped apron, white pine secondary wood.
New Hampshire or Southern Vermont, circa 1810.
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