Queen Ann Lowboy
Distinguished by its drake feet and shell carved knees this lowboy like the Chippendale example is somewhere between a table and a chest. It also features a high-scalloped front, fluted chamfered corners, and pinched carved top. Pictured in American Walnut these tabletops often require fabulous wood grain as seen on this piece. Used as ether a hall table or a dressing table, lowboys were often accompanied by a mirror, a chair or both.