16 - 17 January 2003
A LATE FEDERAL MAHOGANY WORK TABLE
Stenciled mark of George W. Miller (w. 1821-1831), New York, 1825-1827
The rectangular top above a conforming case fitted with two drawers on ring-turned and foliate carved spiral legs, fitted with castors, stencilled on interior of top drawer GEO W. MILLER CABINETMAKER ----59---- DIVISION ST. N.Y.
30½in. high, 23½in. wide, 18in. deep
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George W. Miller was active as a cabinetmaker listed in New York directories from 1821-1831. He is known to have been in his workshop at 59 Division Street from 1825-1827.
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