Early Virginia Walnut Two-Part Sideboard / Sugar Chest. (Very unique form).
Secondary Wood: Yellow Pine
48" W x 43 3/4 " H x 22" D.
Rectangular dovetail constructed case with dovetailed small candle drawers and
hinged 2 board lid with applied molded edges and breadboard ends - opening
to interior with original strap iron hinges & lock & dividers - on pin constructed base with applied moldings over dovetailed cutlery drawers with
"struck bead" on tall square tapered legs.
American Federal (Hepplewhite) Quality Mahogany Card Table.
Likely of Mid-Atlanic Origin.
Secondary Woods: Oak (Gate) and Poplar (Drawer).
29 1/2" H x 35 3/4" W x 16 1/2" D.
Early rectangular form with molded edge folding top over inset cockbeaded and
dovetailed drawer with a straight beaded apron joining square tapered legs
inlaid with diamonds at the cuff.
Original oval plates.
Fine Mahogany with a nice aged surface.
Tennessee Cherry Dovetail Constructed Sugar Chest.
Found in Dickson County, TN.
Secondary Wood: Tulip Poplar.
36" H x 33" W x 20" D.
Rectangular hinged lid with cleated ends & applied rounded edge moldings over
case joined with half-blind dovetails - over joined base with dovetailed drawer
with lock and dividers for spices, sugar nippers, etc. - flanked by square
stiles extending into ring turned bulbous tapering leg ending in tapered ball
foot. Case with single divider.
Retains original hardware.
Professionally restored surface.