F571 A rare southern side board sugar table from the early 19th century in early red wash. These tables were used like sugar chests to store sugar on the large southern plantations. It keeps the sugar clean and the insects out while also keeping it under lock and key due to the high cost. There were a few sugar tables made in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. The use of mixed woods of white pine, heart pine, and cherry and the style of leg says this particular one was made in the Shenandoah valley VA. It is deep single drawer made to look like two. With a wide chamfered drawer bottom. The table is all original except for replaced brass later. Measurements are 43” long x 19” wide x 28” tall.