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Southwest Virginia sideboard pie safe with tins having intricate punched urn, flower, and star designs, total of eight punched tin panels, all with old green paint. Walnut primary and poplar secondary. Rectangular top over one long drawer and two side drawers, all dovetailed; four paneled doors inset with painted tins; interior fitted with two shelves; solid paneled sides, all resting on short turned and tapered legs. 51 1/8″ H x 65 1/4″ W x 18 1/2″ D. Probably Washington County, VA. Third quarter of the 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Overall general wear, some warping to top, some of the wooden knobs worn, one missing. Crack to front left corner of top, wear and losses to upper corners of a couple of doors and drawers from use. Interior with later added support to accomodate more shelves.