Johann Frederick Belo Shop
Salem North Carolina United States of America
cherry –cherry veneer –walnut –poplar
HOA 28 3/4; WOA 27 7/8″; DOA 21
Oval-top Federal period table, the top mounted on an oval apron with the usual battons, let into the top, and nailed to the inside of the legs, the apron mounted with one swelled drawer, the whole apron vaneered with a heavy vertically grained wood, the square tapered legs terminating with an outward flair. Poplar throughout except walnut drawer runners and top battons.
Miss Stockton was early adopted by the Levin T. Belo family. It is thought that her older things would have come from this source.