American Federal &
Southern Furniture
5701 Old Harding Pike,
Nashville, TN 37205
Tel: 615-353-1324

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North Carolina Walnut Two Part Vernacular Neoclassical Press
("Jackson Press" Form)

Circa 1830-40.

Origin: Edgecombe County, North Carolina

Secondary Woods: Poplar and Yellow Pine.

87" H x 43 3/4" W x 21 1/2" D.

Upper section with flat cornice over a dovetailed frieze above mullioned glazed  "diamond" pattern doors with fixed shelf interior.
Lower section with two side by side drawers supported by fully turned columns and overhanging inset paneled doors raised on  boldly ring turned feet.


Early Virginia Walnut Two-Part Sideboard / Sugar Chest. (Very unique form).
Circa 1790-1800.
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.
Circa 1790.
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.
Circa 1830.
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. 

Tennessee Cherry One Piece Stepback Corner Cupboard with Glazed Doors.

Origin: Bought directly from family who came from eastern Wilson County,

Circa 1830-40.

Secondary Wood: Tulip Poplar.
81" Tall x 32" D (wall space needed)
35" D Cornice x 47 1/2" W Cornice.

Projecting cornice with canted side returns over 6 pane glazed doors with molded muillions, pinned consrtuction and retaining many of the original glass panes - opening to an interior fitted with 2 shelves. Lower section with 3 dovetailed drawers with original turned knobs over-hanging a pair of rail & single panel cupboard doors flanked by supporting turned and round tapered columns ending in a base block over turned feet - and canted base mold.


Sandra M. Polk, Owner
5701 Old Harding Pike
Nashville, TN  37205
shop: (615) 353-1324
   fax: (615) 353-5627
E-mail: [email protected]