Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Wilmington, North Carolina, early 19th century, poplar and white pine secondary, rectangular top with concave cut corners, stepped front, top edge with lightwood line inlay, upper central long drawer with raised central panel with shaped cartouche to center, divided interior, above two hinged bowfront cabinet doors, open interior, flanked by two convex hinged cabinet doors, with faux upper drawer, each cabinet door with stylized double line bull's eye circular inlay, inlaid shield escutcheons, flush paneled sides, stiles with lightwood inlaid panel, raised on six tall square tapered legs, the front four with lightwood inlay and inlaid cuff.
40 x 72 x 26.5 in.
Fair as-found estate condition; top reset and with later butterflies to underside; long drawer with veneer chips and losses; replaced pulls; veneer chips and losses to case especially at lower front center edge; front right leg missing inlaid cuff; surface wear and inconsistencies.
$2,000 - 3,000