AMERICAN, PROBABLY NEW YORK STATE, LATE FEDERAL CHERRY AND FIGURED "BIRD'S EYE" MAPLE SIDEBOARD / SERVER, the rectangular top fitted with a shaped gallery over two full drawers, upper example with convex facing, paneled ends, the whole raised on ring and spiral-fluted legs. Poplar and pine secondary woods. Old refinished surface with warm color. Circa 1830-1850. 35 1/4" HOA, 42 1/2" WOA, 18 7/8" DOA. Provenance: From the Ed & Kay Winnick collection, Sidney, NY.
Very good overall condition with expected usage wear. Split and associated strip repair to top. Knobs replaced. Moldings to paneled ends possibly replaced.