These circular tables are part of a group with identical drawer arrangement consisting of two short drawers above a single long drawer and legs terminating in brass paw feet supporting a molded circular platform. The group has been variously described as sewing, work or basin tables. For examples from this group see Christie's, New York, 22 January 2016, lot 121, one from the collection of the Peabody Essex Museum illustrated in Berry B. Tracy, et al., 19th-Century America: Furniture and Other Decorative Arts (New York, 1970), cat. no. 13, and Israel Sack, Inc., American Antiques from the Israel Sack Collection, vol. VII, p. 2044, P5343.