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Figured maple-veneer sewing table, New England, having octagonal top over two rosewood veneered banded drawers, the lower accommodating a pink silk sewing pouch, and inlaid square tapering legs on casters. The sewing worktable first appeared in America after the Revolutionary War. Martha Washington helped popularize the form by her use of an oval box-form worktable with rounded ends and hinged top which came to be known as a Martha Washington sewing table. New England
Material: Maple. H: 29.5"; W: 20.5"; D: 15.25"
Location:123 Maple,District of Columbia,Washington,20015