SOLD! for $6,000.00.
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Hawkins County, Tennessee highly figured walnut serpentine chest of drawers, yellow pine and poplar secondary. Shaped top with diagonal grain banded walnut veneer over one overhanging dovetailed serpentine drawer above three graduated serpentine dovetailed drawers, all with cockbeading, inlaid kite escutcheons, and brass pulls. Highly figured stiles transition into fully fluted quarter columns topped and terminating with gilt spiral fluted carved balls, applied molding to inset paneled sides, case resting on turned Sheraton feet. 48 1/4" H x 43 1/2" W x 21 1/4" D. Circa 1820. Note: The incorporation of highly figured walnut into other Hawkins County furniture forms include a corner cupboard example illustrated in the book "The Art of Tennessee", illustrated on page 68, plate #33 and now in the collection of Historic Williamsburg Foundation. The Estate of Alice Wright Summers Hale, Rogersville, TN. Condition: Overall very good condition with older refinish. Three of four drawers retain the original locks, brass pulls later replacements. Top veneered edge with losses, mostly to front corners, and top right front side.