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Copy of an Early 18th Century Canterbury

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Copy of an Early 18th Century Canterbury

From The Shorter Dictionary of English Furniture we learn that the term Canterbury was applied to a small music stand that could be rolled under the piano. Descriptions of that period piece by Thomas Sheraton very closely fit the structure of this piece. Today a Canterbury is most likely to be used beside a chair or bed to hold magazines, newspapers and books within easy access. This fine mahogany Canterbury with turned legs and single oak-lined drawer.

Item# 78-B28-000

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Depth 14"
Width 23"
Height 19"