New York, mid 19th century, attributed to J.& J.W. Meeks, variegated white marble top over a deeply carved skirt with pierced stretchers and central fruit finial on scrolled feet with casters, 32-1/2 x 45-1/4 x 30-1/4 in.
Note: For a closely related example by Meeks see Schwartz, Stanek and True, The Furniture of John Henry Belter and the Rococo Revival, pgs. 70-72
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Provenance: New Orleans Auction Gallery, Spring 2005; John W. Stark House, Springfield, Tennessee
marble top replaced, otherwise generally good, typical shrinkage, cracks and minor losses at pierced carving, other scattered minor cracks and surface flaws