This table is of desired size, as it’s not too big or too small, so that it could fit in a number of places comfortably. The dish top a most desired feature in the tilt-top form, as is the birdcage. The turned urn is finely executed and the cabriole feet end in a stubby club foot, which is molded quite well. Of note is the wood, which is dense, dark, and of heavy weight. The top reveals an old history polished over a nicely figured one-board top.
In the images below, please see a scan from Abert Sack’s Good, Better, Best. The sharp turnings, fine proportions and perfectly developed feet put our table in the “best” category in this group.