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Unusual Southern cherry, walnut and maple sewing stand or chest, Middle Tennessee or Southern Kentucky, the lower section constructed of primary cherry and walnut secondary wood with a square top over a conforming case with single dovetailed drawer having a brass pull, supported on four mushroom-turned feet. A circular two-tiered maple thread or spool caddy is affixed to the top by means of a dowel. 13-3/4"H x 10-1/2" W x 10-1/4" D overall. Provenance: descended in an old Nashville family with ties to Traveller's Rest and Glen Leven Plantation. Tennessee or Kentucky, possibly Shaker, mid 19th century. Condition: Overall very good refinished condition. Replaced screws on underside of top of chest. Top of spool holder exhibits repaired shrinkage cracks.