18th century, stand is likely 19th century, fall front door with Moorish geometric motifs and scrolled hinges opening to a bank of drawers inlaid with Moorish motifs and mounted with reticulated arched brackets, bale handles, stand with scallop shell door supports, spiral and baluster turned lower supports and stretcher, stretcher inlaid with Moorish motifs and surmounted by turned finials, scrolled trestle base, reverse with Belle W. Baruch Foundation collection label, 55-1/4 x 38 x 19-1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Martha Hedman, DeLand, Florida; Collection of a Southern Gentleman
Note: This lot was exhibited at Bellefield Plantation House at Hobcaw Barony, Georgetown, South Carolina
retains good structural integrity, vargueno with scattered old repairs to fall front door, case and door with scattered thin cracks and patches, some small losses, backboards with old insect damage that has since been treated, interior drawers with repaired boards and other patches, center drawer lacking one columnar decoration, base with minor shrinkages, small losses at base, other general wear and marks as expected with age and use
Estate of Martha Hedman, DeLand, Florida; Collection of a Southern Gentleman