SOLD! for $3,584.00.
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Southern Stretcher or Side Table, maple, attributed to Northeastern North Carolina, possibly Chowan County. Plain, single board top with batten board underside; straight skirt, finished on all sides, with ovolo-molded lower edge; four turned legs joined at chamfered blocks by four ovolo-molded stretchers. 27-1/2" H x 30" W x 26-1/2" D. Circa 1735. For similar examples, see "The Furniture of Coastal North Carolina, 1700-1820" by John Bivins, Figure 5.32, page 127 and Figure 7.4, page 385, and "The Regional Arts of the Early South," published by the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, figure 12, page 25. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, Tennessee, acquired from L.A. Cox, Rocky Mount, North Carolina. CONDITION: Older refinish. Scattered surface stains. 2-1/2" L shrinkage split at edge on table top.