A centennial pair of Federal style bench made mahogany stands. Truly fine specimens - each with shaped mahogany top over conforming figured mahogany veneered and beaded case. Each case with canted corners centering ring turned leg posts and with serpentine front. Each front with two beaded and line inlaid drawers each with two brass pulls. The mahogany legs, below the case, reeded and gracefully swelling and then tapering to high, turned feet. Poplar secondary wood. Bottom drawer of each showing more oxidation on the bottom as would be expected. While the drawers are not graduated, fit is not interchangeable. Close inspection reveals other signs of hand crafting including some chamfering, dovetailing as well as some kerfs and planing. The stands function perfectly as end tables to a sofa in the modern home. In the period this form would have been used hold necessary accessories in its drawers (perhaps sewing or writing) and on its top such as candle holders (ergo the name "stand".) Condition is good and serviceable. The tops have been more recently refinished and show minor distress from use - one with minor splitting (still one piece.) The rest possibly never refinished - with good color and patina and minor signs of use, wear and care. Each Height 28 5/8 inches, Width 17 3/8 inches, Depth about 16 7/8 inches. Reasonable offers considered while we prepare for a distant move. Shipping is at buyer's expense and will require delivery by a qualified service.