American Hepplewhite cherry chest on French bracket feet (1800)
American Hepplewhite cherry chest on French bracket feet joined by a scolloped apron. The four drawer fronts are figured cherry inlaid with holy stringing and framed by a cock bead molding. The key escutcheons are defined by shield inlays of a light contrasting wood, and the drawers are fitted with stamped brass oval plates and bails in the original borings. White pine secondary wood.
American, Upper Connecticut Valley, circa 1800.
Materials: Cherry, Holly, White Pine, Brass
Dimensions: 38-1/4” W x 18-1/4” D x 38” H
Tear sheets are available on request.
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