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Tea Table, Massachusetts, 1740-60. Mahogany and pine. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

1809 American (Massachusetts) Dressing table with looking glass at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - From the curators' comments: "In the late eighteenth century, independent dressing glasses commonly were placed on tables or chests of drawers. The practice led to the evolution of a new form in bedroom furniture-the bureau with an attached mirror."

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Semi-tutorial... Would be awesome down the center of a table, or on a coffee table.... love http://blog.happilyeverborrowed.com/

1760 French Table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This mechanical table has been veneered with Japanese lacquer.

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English Tea Tin Caddy Oriental Design Biscuit Tin 1930s Oriental Design

English Tea Tin Caddy Oriental Design Biscuit Tin 1930s Oriental Desig – Antiques And Teacups

Dressing Table, Colonial New England, 1760-70. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Portable Desk-on-frame Table, 1800-1810 - Newburyport, Massachusetts. Maple veneer, mahogany, rosewood, tulip poplar, pine.

Tea Table, Colonial New England, 1750-75. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Side Chair, Wethersfield, CT, 1740-60. Cherry and pine. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Queen Anne maple oval top tea table Probably Massachusetts, circa 1760 Private collection

1730-1760 American (Massachusetts) Chest of drawers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Cylinder Desk and Bookcase Attributed to the Workshop of Duncan Phyfe  (1770–1854) Date: 1815–20 Mahogany, mahogany veneer, satinwood, gilded gesso with yellow poplar, white pine