Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to eastern Pennsylvania, circa 1810, white pine secondary, dovetailed case, applied cove molded cornice, frieze with multi-line light and dark wood inlays, three upper side-by-side lipped drawers, five graduated lipped drawers, each with inlaid kite escutcheon, stiles with distinctive light and dark wood inlay with lightwood upper finial, barber pole inlay full length of corners, distinctive light and dark wood inlay at skirt featuring circle within square repeating motif, raised on shaped French bracket feet.
66.5 x 45.5 (case width 42 in.), x 22.5 (case depth 20.5 in.)Private Collection, Eastern North Carolina
Overall very good estate condition; minor edge losses at cornice; older surface with crazing throughout; pulls polished but are old and in original holes, possibly original; some minor lip losses and repairs; shrinkage crack to right front foot facing; expected wear and shrinkage cracks.
$2,000 - 4,000