18th Century English Macclesfield Side Table
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A finely made English 18th century country side table, or lowboy, in the formal manner having reentrant corners to the top over three molded drawers above scalloped apron, standing on unusual cabriole legs beginning with a turned ball over a square cut cabriole and ending in distinctive square pad feet. This type of leg is known as a Macclesfield leg, so named because a similar leg is found on chairs from this area of Cheshire, although this is quite possibly a unique example of this form in a table. Very good color.
Good antique condition, one drawer with replaced liners
Height 27.5 inches
Width 30 inches
Depth 19 inches