SOLD! for $3,132.00.
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- Low Estimate: $4,500.00
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East Tennessee pie safe, sideboard form, cherry with poplar secondary wood. Rectangular back splash over three dovetailed drawers with full length dust boards. Doors and sides feature large original cherry blind panels above green-painted hand-punched tins with circle, hearts, and geometric designs. The piece terminates in delicate turned feet. 53 3/8" H x 53" W x 20 1/4" D. Greene County, Tennessee, Mid 19th century. Provenance: From a Georgia estate with family descending from Greene County, Tennessee. Condition: Overall excellent condition for age. Tins have later layers of paint and denting.