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What makes the Simic credenza an unstoppable work of art isn’t its gracious storage options, pre-cut media holes, or the fact that you can choose your favorite wood to create the perfect look for your home. The better-best part is the fact that it’s built by hand to ensure it exceeds industry standards in every way. Using responsibly sourced, top-of-the-line materials, we build every element by hand to ensure that it becomes a lasting centerpiece in your home.

What makes the Simic credenza an unstoppable work of art isn’t its gracious storage options, pre-cut media holes, or the fact that you can choose your favorite wood to create the perfect look for your home. The better-best part is the fact that it’s built by hand to ensure it exceeds industry standards in every way. Using responsibly sourced, top-of-the-line materials, we build every element by hand to ensure that it becomes a lasting centerpiece in your home.

Walnut sugar chest, Piedmont North Carolina, 19th C.

Walnut sugar chest, Piedmont North Carolina, 19th C.

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.

Early Walnut Sugar Chest Lot 135A

Early Walnut Sugar Chest Lot 135A

Tennessee or Kentucky Sugar Chest on Stand. Cherry. Hinged Lid with divided interior with two dividers, the Dovetailed Case with a single scratch-beaded drawer, on Turned Legs. 33" H x 23-1/4" W x 17-1/2" D. Circa 1810-1820.

Tennessee or Kentucky Sugar Chest on Stand. Cherry. Hinged Lid with divided interior with two dividers, the Dovetailed Case with a single scratch-beaded drawer, on Turned Legs. 33" H x 23-1/4" W x 17-1/2" D. Circa 1810-1820.

Cherry and poplar sugar chest, Kentucky or Tennessee, 2nd quarter 19th C.

Cherry and poplar sugar chest, Kentucky or Tennessee, 2nd quarter 19th C.

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