SOLD! for $3,360.00.
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Scarce inlaid East Tennessee tea table, butternut or walnut top with center having a circular inlaid fan of alternating light and dark wood inlay within an alternating inlaid center circle and the outside edge having an alternating inlaid band with cut corners. Top supported by a birdcage with square pilasters on a ringed vasiform pedestal, tripod base with shaped snake feet. Feet are dovetailed into the tripod base. 36 1/8" W x 25 7/8" D x 29 7/8" H. Circa 1825. The Collection of Ann Hale-Smith, Rogersville, Tennessee. Condition: Overall very good condition with an older refinish. Old split to center of top with a butterfly repair to underside.