Lot 212
A Late Federal East Tennessee Cherry Jackson Press
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Carter County, circa 1820-1840, cherry, cherry veneers, poplar, yellow pine and white pine secondary, two part form, applied flared cove molded cornice above a plain open exposed dovetailed frieze, two hinged astragal molded mullioned doors, shelved interior, flanked by inset ring turned three-quarter columns, the base with an applied vertical ring molding, above a long flush drawer, flame cherry veneer upper stiles, two lower hinged paneled cabinet doors, shelved interior, ring turned applied half columns to each stile, paneled sides, stepped base with applied vertical ring molding, bold ring turned feet.

94 x 44.5 x 20 in.

From the Personal Collection of Mr. William Ivey Long, Seaboard, North Carolina and New York, New York

Acquired through family descent of Robert Carter, the Samuel Perry (Powhatan) Carter House, Elizabethton, Tennessee.

Crack, break and repair to front and side edges of cornice; two glass panels with cracks; some hinges replaced; later pulls; replaced bottom board; drawer runners and drawer guides rebuilt; marring to top of base exposed surface.

$1,000 - 2,000