"EXCEPTIONAL TENNESSEE SHERATON BUREAU" (ca. 1830)

Approximate dimensions: 40 ¾ inches (height), 38 inches (case width), 20 ½ inches (case depth), 39 ¼ inches (top width), 21 ¼ inches (top depth).
Primary wood: Walnut, Secondary wood: Poplar and pine. Exceptional cut-out skirt with crescent moon inlay, skirt extends down each side, pulls replaced, 19th century lettering on back: “W.B. Harlow. Knoxville, Tenn.” plus other
indistinguishable words.
(“The chest of drawers or bureau descended in the Trobauch family of Hamblen County, Tennessee. It originally sold as lot 158 in Case’s September 26, 2009 sale where it finished with buyer’s premium at $3,859.” Per Tracey Parks, 11/30/11.)
SOLD
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