This table has an unusual and beautiful shaped top, with drawer and splayed legs. It is a country piece, and the top shows much wear but is beautiful in its own way. It retains its original trapezoidal shaped drawer and has no major breaks or alterations.
A related, but inferior table is illustrated and described as "Best" in Albert Sack's New Fine Points of Furniture. See images below for this and a "Good" example from the same source.