Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to North Carolina, early 19th century, yellow pine secondary, three-part form, associated top with cove molded cornice and vertically veneered frieze above two hinged raised panel cabinet doors, shelved interior, together on a chest of drawer featuring a large upper drawer above three graduated drawers all with scratch bead and lightwood line inlay, shaped bracket foot base.
84 x 45 x 20.25 in.The Estate of the late Frank Daniels, Jr. and his wife Julia Jones Daniels, Raleigh, North Carolina. A portion of the sale proceeds will be donated to the North Carolina Museum of History Foundation
Top and chest are associated (not original to each other); left cabinet door is detached (but present) and lower hinge is broken; top section backboards cut open for entertainment use; later feet; drawer runners and drawer guides rebuilt; shrinkage split to lower left case side.
*Buyers take note,
pick up will be required and is only available offsite in Raleigh, North Carolina on April 1, April 3, April 4, and April 7 between 10am-3pm ET. See terms
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