An unassuming Georgian oak lowboy with a row of three drawers on chamfered legs, English circa 1750. A lowboy is simply a dressing table or vanity which resembles the lower half of a highboy. Lowboys were often made as a mate to matching highboy or tall chest of drawers and usually made of English oak.
height: 27.5 in 70 cm., width: 30 in. 76 cm., depth: 17 in. 43 cm.