A birch wood stand having a squared top above a small drawer faced with cross-banded mahogany and raised on square tapering legs. New England, circa 1800
Birch wood,jokingly refered to as "mountain mahogany", was frequently given a red wash to simulate mahogany during the 18th and 19th centuries. No repairs and with a newer finish.
26 1/2 inches high. Top measures 16 3/4 inches by 18 3/4 inches.