A Who? What?
Charles Limbert was a prolific American designer of craftsman style furniture in the early 20th century, about 1906. His designs were a departure from the heavier, rectilinear designs of his contemporaries such as Gustav Stickley; although like those of Stickley, most of his designs were made of quarter sawn white oak.
Wikipedia describes a tabouret as a small portable cabinet or stool. I have never seen the word tabouret used to describe either a cabinet or a stool, but rather a small table, such as an end table.
This tabouret is made from a nice piece of quarter sawn white oak, which accounts for the beautiful ray flecks in the grain. The finish is orange shellac, dark brown wax, and a couple topcoats of polyurethane, for extra protection. The design is #238 from Limbert’s catalog. I think that it originally sold for about $7. The last original to have been recently sold at auction went for something like $1500. This one is available for something in between.