Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Carter County, circa 1830-1850, cherry veneer, poplar secondary, two-part form, applied molded and flared cornice, two hinged doors featuring eight window lights each with molded mullions, shelved interior, flanked by applied half columns to the stile with chamfered cornice, the base with two upper projecting side-by-side drawers above two recessed hinged paneled cabinet doors, shelved interior, paneled sides, bold scrolled applied stiles, bold scrolled front feet, bold turned and tapered rear feet with suppressed ball.
97 x 45 x 23 in.From the Personal Collection of Mr. William Ivey Long, Seaboard, North Carolina and New York, New York
Retains an attractive old dark surface.
Acquired through family descent of Robert Carter, the Samuel Perry (Powhatan) Carter House, Elizabethton, Tennessee.
Three glass panels with cracks; shrinkage separation to lower door panels at side edge; wear and scraping to base at feet.
$1,000 - 2,000