Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1750, secondary woods included: rear back board is maple, drawer sides are red gum, drawer bottom and drawer back are white pine, rectangular molded top to three sides, single long drawer with scratch bead, flush skirt, with molded corners, turned tapered legs with raised pad foot.
28.25 x 32.25 x 17.5 in.
Private Estate, Winston Salem, NC, with Charleston family history.
Ref: Bradford L. Rauschenberg, John Bivins, Jr., The Furniture of Charleston, 1680-1820, Vol. I pg. 248 - 252; The Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, MESDA, November 1994, Volume XX, No. 2, page 39 The Timber Available in Charleston: 1660 - 1820
, B.L. Rauschenberg.
For similar examples see MESDA Object Database, photo S-16957, file SCC-12-24 and photo S-13182, file SCC-12-52.
Missing lock; replaced pull; drawer runners rebuilt; rear backboard with insect damage.
$4,000 - 8,000