Furniture for daily life: Shenandoah Valley piece with high bootjack feet & cast hinges applied to the face rather than mortised. The plank wood is yellow pine throughout. There are wooden spinners to hold the doors shut and knobs constructed of a wooden spool. Country furniture that dates to the mid-19th century with attractive paint is very scarce, primarily because the contents of so many structures in this area were burned during the Civil War (1861 – 1865). Priced at $ 6,500 Jeff R. Bridgeman American Antiques, PA. on Teak Garden Furniture and Teak Indoor Furniture