Beautiful dressing vanity, recently appraised at $500, selling for $350 obo.
Mixed woods including burled wood veneer, oak and possibly cherry. Original mirror under hinged top; single drawer with Eastlake style hardware; pull-out fitted compartment, carved columns and storage cabinet below with carved wood pull. Original brass casters.
Dimensions: 36 x 18 x 18 inches. Some minor wear and stains on top surface. Detailing suggests that this stand is American, based on the Eastlake furniture style named after Charles Lock Eastlake (1833-1906). Eastlake was an English architect during the Victorian era who promoted a simple, clean style of furniture with particular attention made to wood grains and geometric carvings as seen in the Arts & Crafts Movement. This style was popular in the United States in 1870-1890s and was featured in the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition of 1876. See https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/identifying-eastlake-furniture-148840 for more background information.