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Tennessee Federal inlaid sugar chest, rare Hepplewhite form, probably Davidson County (Nashville area). Cherry primary, poplar secondary. Line-inlaid hinged lid opening to an interior with original dividers, dovetailed vertical case with inlaid kite escutcheon, one dovetailed drawer with an oval brass pull above tapered and line-inlaid Hepplewhite legs. 35" H x 25" W x 20 1/2" D. Circa 1800. Provenance: the collection of Sylvia Roberts, Nashville, Tennessee; formerly in the collection of Dr. Benjamin Caldwell of Nashville, purchased Brunk Auctions, May 20, 2006, lot 798. Condition: Old refinishing, brass pull replaced, backboard with 8 in. strip repair at hinge attachment, battens with some filled nail holes, very minor cracks, separations, expected wear throughout, some staining to front of case, proper right rear leg is replaced.