With our highest compliments Bay Colony Antiques takes the utmost pleasure in offering a spectacular early American tiger maple worktable from a historical New England collection. This worktable is constructed of highly figured tiger maple and beautiful cherry hardwoods with its origins reaching back to the American federal design movement somewhere around the turn of the 19th century. The stand was likely created by a master furniture maker living in the upper New England states of either Vermont or New Hampshire possibly within the Connecticut River Valley region. We have had the privilege of offering many fine single one drawer worktables from the 18th century and this table counts among the very finest that we have ever presented for sale. The table has a boldly figured tiger maple overhung top and drawer face which is contrasted brilliantly by the cherry sides of the table and finely turned legs. The legs are styled with ringlets and compressed balls and feature tapering legs which terminate with vase designs over well-formed ball feet. The drawer is constructed with fine hand cut dovetailing which demonstrates the quality joinery techniques that have allowed this table to stand the test of time. The table measures 19 1/2" wide x 16 3/4" deep x 28 3/4" tall.