The nicely proportioned sideboard table, 37¼" high with a 51" x 19½" top, is most likely from Virginia or North Carolina. In the Chippendale style, the table dates from the fourth quarter of the 18th century and is constructed of walnut, with yellow pine as its secondary wood. It has a two-board top with a molded edge and two short drawers below. The table is raised on square legs connected with a three-sided box stretcher. The rear stretcher rail and the corner brackets are replacements, and the proper left drawer face is also likely replaced. Despite those replacements, the table generated intense bidding and sold to a phone bidder for $9945 (est. $5000/8000). Love art and antiques? Get MAD
Note to self. When @laurie_darlin_ says she doesn’t have much stuff it’s a lie. On a good note @bonafidekayaks and @nucanoe are living under one roof. The pursuit, ss107 and frontier are all tucked into bed. Also moving sucks!!!
Keeping your wheels clean is essential for a perfect finish for years to come. They’re the dirtiest part of any car with a contact beating from brake dust and road grime! 💥 This can take a toll on the finish and is exactly why we recommend a ceramic coating. The coating keeps grime from causing damage. It also makes cleaning your wheels easier than ever! ✅
This Tesla is receiving a full decontamination wash, only part of the full service for this car! @simpledetailsva#CeramicCoating#Tesla#VirginiaBeach