Pennsylvania, circa 1750, figured cherry throughout, canted and fluted corners, dovetailed drawers with yellow pine and white cedar secondary, deeply scalloped skirts centering shell drop, shell carved legs and stocking feet, 75-1/4 x 42 x 24-1/4 in.
Provenance: Joseph W. Sharp; Hannah Burrows (housekeeper, approximately 1830); Mary Bunting Sharp Morris (Joseph Sharp's granddaughter); Joseph Sharp's great granddaughter; Sally Biddle (great great granddaughter of Joseph W. Sharp); C.L. Prickett, 1985, Private New York Collector; Collection of C.L. Prickett
very good condition overall, restoration to lower half of shell on apron, each rear leg with lamination at knee with pins (possibly as made), appears to retain original brasses, other typical shrinkage separations and cracks, minor bumps and repairs at moldings and other typical flaws