Early 19th century. Probably solid walnut, with walnut veneer on some of the facade.
Watch attaches within by means of an insert, including a keystone at the top for the watch ring. A back support would have consisted of cross strings attached to four nails on either side of the watch. Claw feet and back legs attached with nails. Solid wood cover rest on the upper cabinet––hinges were never employed.
Approximately 10 5/8 from the top of cover to bottom of the feet; and 6 1/2 inches wide at the greatest width (the cover).