I have inherited this sewing table after my grandmother. This type of decorative painting is typical of folk art from the Swedish province of Dalecarlia, but my sewing table, and many more of them, were made industrially in the 1940s and early '50s, and not only in Dalecarlia. My grandmotehr ordered tables both for herself and her two daughters, so one day my little sister will inherit our mum's sewing table. Since the dolls house is one big nostalgic/security blanket project the mum in the dolls house of course needed her painted sewing table too. The turned wooden legs are bought from Skala Minimal, but the rest I have made myself from thin plywood and painted. The little knob on the drawer is a glass bead.