This solid Mahogany Chippendale-style dressing table was originally made in Philadelphia in 1769 as a companion to a high chest of drawers. Kindel’s reproduction from the Winterthur Museum is made of Mahogany and reflects forty-three hours of precise hand carving to achieve the look of the original. This stunning example of rococo carving justifies the recognition of this dressing table as one of the great objects from Philadelphia’s Chippendale school of cabinetmakers.
As Shown: Finished in Winterthur, High (27)
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