Lowboy View All Tables
The antique lowboy of the 17th century is so-called because it resembles the lower half of a tallboy or highboy. They are small tables originally used as dressing tables and are now used as side tables. The wood used was generally oak but can be walnut or fruit wood. They consist of one long drawer over two or three short drawers and stand on cabriole legs with either pad or ball–and-claw feet. The highboy and lowboy were often made to match.