This may be one of a kind. It is attributed as being from the Shake community of South Union, Kentucky. Research at this time reveals that only one kitchen served this small community in the early to mid-19th century.
What identifies this as a sugar table, a form known only in the South, is that the top drawer when opened has a lift-top lid, with the drawer and the lid both being lockable, as shown below:
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Southern Tavern Table 37