SOLD! for $5,760.00.
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- Low Estimate: $4,400.00
- High Estimate: $4,800.00
- Realized: $5,760.00
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Early Williamson County, Tennessee cherry sugar chest in the Hepplewhite style. Poplar secondary wood. Dovetailed case with hinged rectangular top having bread board ends and ogee molding; interior divided into three sections, over a base with single dovetailed and scratchbeaded drawer, all raised on tall tapered square legs. 36-3/8" H x 28-5/8" W x 16-1/2" D. First quarter 19th century. Provenance: Descended in the Robert F. and Lena Linton Buchanan family of Rosemount Plantation on Old Natchez Trace. Illustrated page 53, "Williamson County: More than a Great Place to Live" by Rick Warwick. CONDITION: Overall good condition with expected repairs for age. Hinges replaced. Locks removed and newer lock plate on case. Old scattered stains, largest 13" x 6", on lid. 2" L horizontal gouge, now stained, at left upper front of case. Drawer sides built up. Older but not original wooden knobs. Approximately 12" of the molding on the top left side of chest has been replaced. Largest interior compartment with apparent insect damage upper left corner.