SOLD! for $4,800.00.
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Middle Tennessee Hepplewhite cherry sugar sideboard, poplar secondary. Comprised of a rectangular overhanging top over two deep scratch-beaded drawers, all dovetailed with brass pulls and brass inlaid escutcheons, over square tapered legs. 38" H x 38 5/6" W x 22 7/8" D. Probably Davidson County, TN, Circa 1820. Note: The overhanging top on the back of the sideboard indicates it was constructed to accommodate wainscoting and indicates the form maintains the original height. Provenance: private Nashville, TN collection, acquired from collectors Roy and Florence Striegel of Nashville 40 years ago. Condition: Overall very good condition with expected use wear. Older refinish with some wood shrinkage and staining to top, very small patch repair to left and right drawer support edge and old small patch repair to lower right corner of right drawer. Pulls have oxidation, drawer sides with slight buildup and replaced drawer supports.