Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, circa 1800, mahogany veneers, yellow pine secondary, top with distinctive front to back veneer graining, light wood line inlay to top edge, two conforming graduated serpentine central drawers with inlaid escutcheon and light wood inlaid edge, flanked by two hinged concave cabinet doors, the four upper stiles with inlaid tulip, vine and leaf, base of case with multi-light and dark wood line inlay, raised on six square tapered legs, the front with line inlay and lower cuff.
37.25 x 68.25 x 27.75 in.Private Collection, Wadesboro, North Carolina
As found estate condition; top reset and with shrinkage splits; later medial brace to underside of top board; veneer chips and losses throughout; top drawer with later divided interior; pulls are old but likely later; the two front center legs with later underside metal L bracket; later drawer guides.
$3,000 - 5,000