Miniature Chest attributed to Tennessee or North Carolina, early 19th century, shaped skirt with distinctive inlays, foot and skirt construction, illegible inscriptions at back of one drawer, old dry surface, 24-1/2 x 19-1/2 x 10 in. Provenance: Polk Place Antiques; said to have been purchased out of a private collection in Kentucky; Collection of Anne McPherson and the Late John Bivins, Jr. Brunk, 01/28/2017, $4000 + prem.
East Tennessee walnut chest of drawers with inlaid escutcheons and ogee bracket feet, Knox Co. history. Two over three graduated dovetailed drawer configuration with scratch beaded edges, original brass pulls. Ogee bracket feet with spur returns, nailed backboards. Secondary woods are yellow pine for the drawers and poplar for backboards. Original locks retained. 43 1/8" H x 39" W x 21" D. Circa 1820.
East Tennessee four drawer walnut chest of drawers. Four graduated dovetailed drawers with scratch beading and brass escutcheons, wooden pulls, post and panel sides and back, turned feet. Poplar secondary. 44"H x 37 1/8"W x 16 1/4"D. Circa 1830. Provenance - Estate of Bill Selden, Athens, Tennessee. $600-$800
Knoxville or Knox County walnut chest of drawers or bureau consisting of a retangular top with molding underside, two drawers over three graduated drawers having scratch beading and diamond inlaid escutcheons, quarter columns with fluted reedings and turned capitals and bases, ogee base molding, resting on turned tapered feet. Yellow pine secondary. Pulls appear to be original. 45 3/4" H x 44 1/2" W x 19 3/4" D. Circa 1820-30.