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Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Screaming Tiger Maple, Great Patina, and Brasses
Rhode Island
Date/Period: Circa 1770


Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Screaming Tiger Maple, Great Patina, and Brasses Rhode Island, entire view

Measurement: Height: 69.25"; Top Case: 39" x 20.25"; Bottom Case: 40.5" x 21"

Material: Figured maple, Northeastern white pine

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: A must wonderful small example featuring outstanding tiger
graining, rich color, moldings, and original pine tree brasses. The applied cornice
molding [attached to base of upper case is a Rhode Island tradition] above a case of
five thumb-molded graduated drawers; waist molding is applied to upper case. The
lower case also with five similarly molded graduated drawers is raised on bracket feet.

$20,000.00

270-197


Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Screaming Tiger Maple, Great Patina, and Brasses Rhode Island, entire view 2



Chest on Chest, Queen Anne, Unusually Small Example, Carved
Hartford Connecticut Area, possibly Suffield
Date/Period: 1770-1785


Chest on Chest, Queen Anne, Unusually Small Example, Carved Hartford Connecticut Area, possibly Suffield, entire view

Measurement: Height: 72"; top case: 32.75" x 17.5"; bottom case: 34.25" x 18.5"

Material: Cherry with pine and poplar secondary woods

Provenance: John Walton 1981, Thomas Kugelman, Peter Eaton 1985, Private
Collection to AAAWT 2022.

Condition: Brasses are period but not first set, several splits to drawer lips now
repaired; one knee return possibly restored. When found by John Walton the top and
bottom were separated; lower case had a top applied; top case had casters. When the
cases are compared it is evident that top and bottom belonged together; obvious
consistency in construction, tool marks [width and depth of plane marks] and
joinery…Walton reunited the pieces.

The lowest drawer bottom in bottom case is replaced, drawer sides repaired; some
expected repairs to lower drawer bottom sides…some drawer runners replaced or
reversed. (All trivial)

Additional Information: An unusually small Queen Anne chest featuring shell and
floral carved drawer fronts, shaped skirt, and cabriole legs

$14,500.00

621-171




Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Claw & Ball Feet, Fan Carved, New England
Date/Period: 1760-1780


Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Claw & Ball Feet, Fan Carved, New England, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 79.5"; width (top): 38.5"; depth (bottom):20.5"

Material: Maple and white pine

Condition: Overall good, refinished, replaced hardware

Additional Information: Crown molding over a fan-carved drawer flanked by two
stacked short drawers each side…above four graduated drawers; lower case with three
graduated drawers. The lower fan-carved drawer simulates three short drawers.

$5,850.00

449-25


Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Claw & Ball Feet, Fan Carved, New England, entire view 2

Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Claw & Ball Feet, Fan Carved, New England, back view

Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Claw & Ball Feet, Fan Carved, New England, fan detail



Diminutive Chest-on-Chest, New England, Original Surface & Brass Hardware
Date/Period: Circa 1800


Diminutive Chest-on-Chest, New England, Original Surface & Brass Hardware, entire view

Measurement: Height: 64.25"; top case: 35.5" x 17"; bottom case: 37" x 18"

Material: Cherry, white pine secondary wood

Condition: Very good with only typical expected vestiges of time; two very small lip
repairs at drawer corners; sliver of wood detached from rear on base molding which we
will have professionally restored. One rear foot displays a shrinkage crack. For some
unknown reason, an additional pair of pulls were added to bottom drawer which were
removed, thankfully the original brass hardware was not compromised…else fine.

Additional Information: Crown molding above four overhanging thumb molded
graduated drawers; lower case with waist moldings containing three graduated drawers
is raised on applied bracket base joining apron featuring a central demilune drop finial.
The cherrywood has developed a wonderful color and surface…the original brass
hardware is a bonus.

$4,250.00

859-28




18th Century New England Chest-on-Chest
Date/Period: Circa 1790


18th Century New England Chest-on-Chest, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 70"; top case width: 36"; top case depth: 19.25";
bottom case width: 38"; bottom case depth: 20.25"

Material: Walnut

Condition: Very good, second set of brasses in original borings; 3” wood sliver missing

Additional Information: The top case with crown molding above cockbeaded case
containing three short drawers above four graduated drawers. Lower case with waist
molding with four graduated drawers…molded base raised on bracket feet. Good
proportions and color.

$3,850.00

271-72


18th Century New England Chest-on-Chest, entire view 2




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