Bird’s Eye Maple and Cherry Table

This lovely two drawer end table features a striking, solid Bird’s Eye Maple top and drawer fronts. Look at the wonderful graining. It is outstanding! The Bird’s Eye Maple really pops next to the deep cherry. Both of the drawer knobs are original. Overall, it is 19 7/8” wide, 18 5/8” deep, and 28 5/8” tall. Poplar secondary. American. Circa 1820.

Price: $1,695

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