SOLD! for $2,223.00.
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East Tennessee cherry sideboard, attributed to the cabinet maker Jacob Fisher who lived and worked in McMinn County (working 1837 – 1843). Illustrated in the book Art & Mystery of Tennessee Furniture, Fig. 175, page 155. Rectangular top with ogee molded horizontal splashboard, two large and one small projecting drawer over paneled cupboard doors separated by three small drawers, "S" shaped stiles forming scrolled front feet and rear turned feet. Cock-beading around drawers. Primary cherry and cherry veneer, secondary tulip poplar and yellow pine, original pulls. 44" H plus 6" backsplash x 57-1/4" W x 22-1/2" D. Provenance – Estate of Bill Selden, Athens, TN. Condition: Older refinish, minor veneer losses on case front and scroll feet.