SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CHERRY PUNCHED-TIN-PANELED FOOD / PIE SAFE, the one-board rectangular top over two short drawers above two hinged doors, each fitted with three punched-tin panels of fylfot and pinwheel design, double-paneled ends, all raised on short turned front legs and plain rear legs, each formed from the stiles. Poplar and yellow pine secondary woods. Excellent old surface with deep, rich color (traces of red throughout). Discovered Rockbridge Co., VA. Mid 19th century. 55" H, 41 1/8" W, 17" D. Provenance: From a private Loudoun Co., VA collection.
Very good condition overall with normal, expected wear. Knobs replaced. Small repair to inside of one door at lock.