Typical of the Queens County School this kas is of one-piece construction and is raised on separate platform feet. Makers from this area produced diverse ornamentation; a merger of Anglo Dutch style and joinery... some examples very plain while others such as this feature applied moldings [panels] and diamonds on the front stiles with diamonds repeated on the front base [and brass drawer pulls]. Outstanding projecting cornice over raised panel doors; applied moldings; a pair of side-by-side short drawers... the whole raised on original ball feet [platform type].
Measurement: Height: 80.25"; crown width: 66"; crown depth: 23.5"; case width: 54"; case depth: 17.25"
Condition: Excellent, commensurate with age