WYTHE CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, CHERRY PUNCHED-TIN-PANELED FOOD / PIE SAFE

Item/Auction Attributes

Attributed to the shop of Fleming K. Rich (Wythe Co., VA, 1806-1861) and his family.
Mid 19th century.
Very good overall condition with wear and scratches to top. Small pieced repair and a crack to proper right door frame. Knobs replaced in original drillings, more appropriate wooden knobs included in drawer. Lacking locks.
49" H, 52" W, 17" D.
Provenance: The Important Americana Collection of Barbara M. and the late Charlie Hunter, Staunton, VA.
$2,000.00
$3,000.00
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Literature: Tins closely parallel J. Roderick Moore - "Wythe County, Virginia, Punched Tin: Its Influence and Imitators", The Magazine Antiques, September 1984, p. 604, fig. 7.