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Work Table

1760-1815
Origin: America, Virginia
OH: 30 1/2", OW: 48 7/8", OD: 30 1/4".
Yellow pine throughout
Museum Purchase
Acc. No. 1950-357
Utility table, flat, rectangular top composed of three boards; straight skirt molded on lower edge; four legs, "square" in section, molded on all edges; legs braced at bottom by four rectangular stretchers molded on lower outside edge.
Label:Among the state-owned "standing" furniture in the Little Middle Room on Lord Botetourt's inventory was a "Dresser," i.e. a tall table or other piece of furniture used for dressing food before it went to the dining room.
Mark(s):None.