Middle Tennessee sugar sideboard, possibly Wilson Co. Cherry primary with cherry veneer, poplar secondary. Comprised of a rectangular top over cherry veneered frieze, three deep scratch-beaded drawers over one long drawer, all dovetailed with wooden knobs and diamond inlaid escutcheons. Paneled ends, ring turned and tapered legs terminating with ball and spike feet. 37 3/4″ H x 38 1/4″ W x 20 1/2″ D. Circa 1820-1830. Note: Two similar examples are illustrated in the book “The Art & Mystery of Tennessee Furniture” by Nathan Harsh and Derita Williams, p. 153, figures 170 & 171. CONDITION: Older refinish, escutcheons are older replacements with some patching, most notably to center drawer front. Lock missing on center deep drawer. Various minor stains to the top. Block added to interior of back.
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