Lot 172
Southern Federal Cherry Step-Back Flat-Wall China Cupboard
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Tennessee or Kentucky, circa 1800, poplar secondary, one part form, applied cove molded and stepped cornice above a plain frieze, two hinged upper cabinet doors with molded mullions and eight window lights at each door, shelved interior, central long drawer with scratch bead above two hinged lower paneled cabinet doors, molded frame, shelved interior, the base with light wood horizontal inlaid band, distinctive scalloped skirt, French bracket feet, the rear case with applied picture molding to edge.

90 x 45 (case width 39) x 18.5 in.

From the estate of the late Earl and Fran Senger, Greensboro, NC

Chip and loss to front and rear left cornice edge; later hinges and pulls; upper doors missing clasp; cut/patch and repair to lower right corner of right glazed door; lower doors with cut/patch above escutcheon; lower cabinet doors with cut/repair and patch at hinge areas; front right foot with shrinkage crack; skirt and feet are original; case sides with maring and finish inconsistency.

$2,000 - 3,000