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Canup Antiques: Canup Antiques is an Online store offering 18th & 19th Century American Country Furniture and appropriate accessories. There is an emphasis on American Folk Art, American Southern Furniture, Antique Frames & Mirrors, Antique Prints, Antique Baskets, Yellowware/Yellow ware, White Ironstone, Antique Wireware, Antique Tinware, Stoneware and Decoys.

Canup Antiques: Canup Antiques is an Online store offering 18th & 19th Century American Country Furniture and appropriate accessories. There is an emphasis on American Folk Art, American Southern Furniture, Antique Frames & Mirrors, Antique Prints, Antique Baskets, Yellowware/Yellow ware, White Ironstone, Antique Wireware, Antique Tinware, Stoneware and Decoys.

Linda Rosen Antiques: American Country Furniture, Folk Art, Paintings & Accessories | lindarosenantiques.com

Linda Rosen Antiques: American Country Furniture, Folk Art, Paintings & Accessories | lindarosenantiques.com

Country Americana: Painted Furniture, Folk Art & Textiles | by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers | eBay live auctions

Country Americana: Painted Furniture, Folk Art & Textiles | by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers | eBay live auctions

AMERICAN FOLK ART INLAID WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD, in one piece, applied cornice above two double-panel doors, an applied waist molding, & two lower single-panel doors, raised on cut-out feet flanking a double-scallop skirt. The upper doors inlaid with a cross-hatched basket in each upper panel & a naive tree in each lower panel…Probably Western Virginia, Kentucky or Ohio. First half 19th century. 85" H, 50 1/2" W, 19 1/2" D.

AMERICAN FOLK ART INLAID WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD, in one piece, applied cornice above two double-panel doors, an applied waist molding, & two lower single-panel doors, raised on cut-out feet flanking a double-scallop skirt. The upper doors inlaid with a cross-hatched basket in each upper panel & a naive tree in each lower panel…Probably Western Virginia, Kentucky or Ohio. First half 19th century. 85" H, 50 1/2" W, 19 1/2" D.

An American Federal Walnut Clerk's Desk, early 19th c., probably Tennessee or Kentucky, foldover lid opening to fitted interior, two drawers below, turned tapered legs, height 48 in., width 34 1/4 in., depth 19 1/4 in.

An American Federal Walnut Clerk's Desk, early 19th c., probably Tennessee or Kentucky, foldover lid opening to fitted interior, two drawers below, turned tapered legs, height 48 in., width 34 1/4 in., depth 19 1/4 in.

Federal walnut two-drawer stand table (c. 1830), possibly Kentucky, with extensive folk-art-inlaid decorations.

Federal walnut two-drawer stand table (c. possibly Kentucky, with extensive folk-art-inlaid decorations.

Rare Georgia Sugar Table, circa 1840.  33⅜ inches (height), 29⅝ inches (width), 22¼ inches (depth).    Divided interior, primary wood: walnut, secondary wood: poplar, tongue & groove with pegs (post) construction, three walnut front panels, two (each) walnut side panels, walnut top & tapered  legs, rubbed-down surface.    Exceedingly desirable form.

Rare Georgia Sugar Table, circa 1840. 33⅜ inches (height), 29⅝ inches (width), 22¼ inches (depth). Divided interior, primary wood: walnut, secondary wood: poplar, tongue & groove with pegs (post) construction, three walnut front panels, two (each) walnut side panels, walnut top & tapered legs, rubbed-down surface. Exceedingly desirable form.

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