Lot 1201
Southern Federal Inlaid Walnut Sideboard
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Northeastern North Carolina, Roanoke River Basin, circa 1800, yellow pine secondary, two board top with two and a half inch rear overhang, front edge with double line inlay, center drawer above two cabinet doors, each door with center inlaid paterae, lightwood line inlay to edge with corner lunettes, flanked by upper small candle drawers above divided cellaret drawers each containing three compartments, flanked by an upper drawer above two cabinet doors, doors with center inlaid patera, lightwood line inlay to edge with lunette corners, base of case with banded and lightwood line inlay, raised on six tall square tapered legs, all with graduate bellflower line entwined inlay, cuff inlay, bottle drawers with some scribe and chalk indiscernible writing.

42.25 x 72 x 21.75 in.

Family history from Richmond County (now Scotland County) North Carolina.
Daniel White & Catherine Campbell White
Judson Connelly & Rebecca White Connelly
E.C Smith & Rebecca Connelly Smith
Paul Judson Smith, Sr.
Paul Judson Smith, Jr. - current consignor

Ref: John Bivins, Jr., The Furniture of Coastal North Carolina, 1700-1820, pg. 363, 6.150.

Retains old alligatored dark surface; original front right leg with break and repair, currently with round head nails; right rear leg with shrinkage crack, but stable and intact; three cabinet doors with wood loss and wear at escutcheon; the right candle drawer replaced; replaced pulls with plugs in original post holes; later hinges and brass escutcheons.

$5,000 - 10,000