ATTRIBUTED TO HERTER BROTHERS (W. 1863-1906), NEW YORK CITY, 1870-1880
AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT INLAID MAHOGANY STAND
Attributed to Herter Brothers (w. 1863-1906), New York City, 1870-1880
The rectangular top above column and block-turned supports over a case with a panelled door and inlaid sunflower blossom reserve, on tapered feet
28½in. high, 18in. wide, 18in. deep
A similarly shaped stand by Herter Brothers, made for Thurlow House in Menlo Park, California is illustrated in Howe et al., Herter Brothers: Furniture and Interiors for a Gilded Age (Houston, 1994), p. 48, fig. 30.