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Rare southern Chippendale cellarette, attributed to Piedmont North Carolina, late 18th century, walnut. Fabulous cabriole legs with Spanish feet! It was exhibited in the iconic “Furniture of the Old South” exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, "Furniture of the Old South" in 1958 that established the study of southern furniture!
American Vernacular Chippendale Desk on Frame
AMERICAN VERNACULAR CHIPPENDALE DESK ON FRAME possibly Virginia or Maryland, late 18th century, walnut with walnut and poplar secondary, dovetailed drawers with probably original pierced brasses, fitted interior, set on conforming frame with shaped skirt and carved ball and claw feet, 40 x 33-3/4 x 17 in.
Rare Virginia Queen Anne Walnut Dressing Table
RARE VIRGINIA QUEEN ANNE WALNUT DRESSING TABLE possibly Suffolk area, mid 18th century, highly figured walnut top with cusped corners, scalloped side skirts, dovetailed drawers with walnut, white pine and yellow pine secondary, cabriole legs and pad feet with notched back corners, 27 x 32 x 19-1/2 in.
Southern Federal Mahogany Chest of Drawers
SOUTHERN FEDERAL MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS probably Maryland or Virginia, 1790-1810, four graduated dovetail drawers, poplar and white pine secondary, shaped skirt and french feet, top drawer has initials "WH", federal eagle brasses, 37-1/2 x 38 x 18-1/2 in.
Very Rare Southern Chippendale Walnut Cellarette
VERY RARE SOUTHERN CHIPPENDALE WALNUT CELLARETTE attributed to Piedmont North Carolina, late 18th century, walnut throughout with lidded dovetailed bottle case on a conforming frame with scalloped skirts, cabriole legs and Spanish feet, 23-3/4 x 21-1/2 x 14-1/2 in. Note: Illustrated in Helen Comstock's article, "Furniture of Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, and Kentucky."
Rare Eastern Shore, Virginia - Mar 29, 2010 | Brunk Auctions in NC
corner cupboard, single-case construction, yellow pine throughout with red, white and blue painted surface (the paint was restored by Ned Hipp, based on the nearly identical cupboard at MESDA), arched glazed upper door opening to deeply scalloped fixed shelves and flanked by pilasters over two paneled doors and shelved interior, bracket feet, white-painted interior, retains some early glass, Accomack County or Northampton County, Virginia, 1750-1775, 81-3/4 x 41 x 21 in. Sold for 62,000
Kentucky Federal Sugar Chest with One Drawer
Kentucky Federal Sugar Chest with One Drawer - American (Kentucky), first half 19th century. A Federal sugar chest in cherry, having a hinged lid with a molded edge, above a conforming case with an inset brass key surround and a scratchbeaded, dovetailed drawer, the open chest interior with slots for one divider, all rising on turned, tapered legs; ht. 27.75, wd. 25.75, dp. 19.75 in.
Cherry Sugar Chest
Cherry Sugar Chest - Possibly Kentucky, first quarter 19th C. A sugar chest on frame in cherry with poplar secondary, having a hinged rectangular lid with applied edge molding over a dovetailed case with line inlay & a single dovetailed & cockbeaded drawer with diamond inlay escutcheon, turned legs; H 33.5” W 20” D 20”. This piece is believed to have descended in the family directly from Jacob Spears of Bourbon County, an early distiller & the first to advertise his product as bourbon whiskey