North Carolina Federal Inlaid Cherry Sideboard
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Eastern region, attributed to Duplin County, circa 1800, yellow pine secondary, mahogany legs, rectangular top above a reeded frieze, central paneled hinged door open compartment, surmounted by two small side-by-side drawers, flanked by two deep storage drawers, the right drawer with dividers, each drawer with double line lightwood inlay and quarter fans, raised on tall square tapered legs, indiscernible pencil scribe to interior rear of left and right deep drawers.
43.25 x 65.5 x 22.5 in.
Ref: John Bivins Jr., The Furniture of Coastal North Carolina 1700-1820, pg. 426, 7.49, 7.49b for similar horizontal reeded drawer stile.
Later side bracing to upper left and right interior corners; later pulls; missing one lock; some insect damage to left and right deep drawers; drawer runners rebuilt; drawer glides flipped; central doors missing pulls, with shadow mark.
$4,000 - 6,000