Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Fayetteville, circa 1820s, mahogany veneer, poplar and white pine secondary, full-bodied sideboard with a rectangular shape conforming top, top with vertical banded veneer edge, central projecting bowfront section, featuring one long drawer above two bowfront hinged cabinet doors flanked by two small drawers above two deep cellaret drawers flanked by two upper cockbeaded drawers above two cabinet doors, shelved interior, right case side with upper pull-out mahogany drink slide, raised on six turned and reeded tapered legs with brass ball feet.
46 x 78 x 29.3 in. From the Collection of Dr. Henry T. Perkins, Jr., Raleigh, North Carolina
This sideboard from the Dodd - Hinsdale House, 330 Hillsborough St. Raleigh, NC. Lot accompanied by booklet pertaining to the house and its history.
Top with several tight shrinkage splits; top reset and now with later underside bracing replaced pulls; some cockbeading losses throughout; drawer runners rebuilt; break and repair to left front two legs at lower stile; break and repair to left rear leg at stile.
$1,000 - 3,000