Antique Cherry Jackson Press, Probably Tennessee
An antique cherry Jackson press, probably Tennessee, mid 19th century. The case features a rectangular, two-board top above two aligned and dovetailed, frieze drawers over a pair of paneled doors. The fronts are fitted with molded, glass knobs and inset, brass escutcheons before poplar linings while the doors open to a two-shelf interior. The Jackson press rises on short, turned legs ending in wooden casters.
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- top probably later/replaced; case with scattered scratches, marks, and small chips; top with some former pest damage (worming); glass knobs most likely married to drawers; door missing interior lock plate; no key; drawers with stains to interiors; other surface wear and imperfections as would be expected with age and use.