Solomon Fussell (Attributed), William Savery (Attributed)
Curly maple, poplar, white cedar, and brass; H. 30 in. (76.2 cm), W. 35 1/20 in. (89.0 cm), D. 22 in. (55.9 cm)
Collection of Jay Robert Stiefel (Philadelphia, Pa.)
The dressing table, often called a lowboy, was an essential piece of chamber or bedroom furniture during much of the 18th century.