Cherry End Table
A solid cherry end table with tapered legs. Overall, this is a nice table. It gets better when the drawer is pulled out and the yellow pine secondary is seen.
As a result of the secondary wood, we believe this table could have been made in North Carolina, Virginia, or Maryland area. This includes what is West Virginia today. It is 24” wide, 18 3/8” deep, and 28 7/8” tall. American. Circa 1800.
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