Around the time of our nation’s founding, there was a classical revival in the United States that was reflected prominently in the architecture and decorative arts of the period. Homes such as the Dumbarton House in Georgetown are a good example of the architecture of this period. Because the revival coincided with the genesis of the new Federal government of the United States, antiques from the period are referred to as “Federal” or in the case of reproductions, “Federal-style” furniture. With strict attention to geometry, straight lines and simple ornament, the Hardwood Artisans New American Federal style is reminiscent of that original early Federal period furniture.
Fluted edge treatment on legs.
Available only in mahogany, walnut or cherry with a dark lacquer finish.
Chamfered edge top.
Includes silverware liner in top drawer.