Middle Tennessee sugar chest, Marshall or Maury County, cherry with poplar secondary. Dovetailed locking top case has brass escutcheon & hinged top with bread board ends & molded edges Single dovetailed drawer with brass escutcheon and 2 cut glass pulls. Tall turned tapered legs with ring turnings, terminating in ball and spike feet. 40"H x 28"W x 20-1/2"D. Ca 1830. $5000
A Good American Federal Cherrywood Huntboard, early 19th c., probably Southern, the thick single board top above a pair of large molded edge drawers, with Bennington-style pottery knobs, raised on square tapering legs, height 34 in., width 54 in., depth 22 in.
Calvert-Tuttle-Foxworthy Families of Cabinetmakers. Chest of Drawers on Frame. Cherry and Cherry Veneers and Inlaid Light & Dark Woods, with Poplar and Walnut Secondary Woods and Brass Hardware. Mason County, Kentucky. Circa 1790-1835. 42-1/4" x 41-3/4" x 21-1/2". Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.