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18th Century Pennsylvania Tall Chest, Original Surface
Walnut and poplar - SOLD


18th Century Pennsylvania Tall Chest, Original Surface
Walnut and poplar, entire view

(Height: 63"; width: 42"; depth: 22")
Crown molding over-three-over-two short drawers over four long drawers, all
overhanging thumb-molded; the case raised on a molded applied bracket base. During
its early life, the case was cut in half, likely to accommodate a narrow stairwell. The cut
looks like a scribe. Minor imperfections such as a tad of base foot loss as depicted; glue
blocks remain at full height. The chest is functional and displays well.

SOLD

431-80




Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Bonnet Top
Massachusetts, circa 1750-1780
Mahogany - SOLD


Chippendale Chest-on-Chest, Bonnet Top
Massachusetts, circa 1750-1780
Mahogany, entire view

A lovely bonnet-top chest-on-chest of fine proportion, in two parts. The upper section
with full bonnet, molded scrolled crest surmounted by three turned finials, above a short
fan-carved drawer flanked by drawers and above four long graduated drawers; the
lower section with four long graduated drawers [drawers are thumb molded] over a
molded base, raised on shaped bracket feet. This chest is restored, a decorator’s
dream. (Height: 79”) Call or email Dave: drh@aaawt.com

SOLD

977-65




Antique Chippendale Maple Tall Chest of Drawers, Original Brass hardware
New England, Likely Connecticut, circa 1770-1790
Maple, eastern white pine secondary wood, early color, surface and patina - SOLD


Antique Needlework Picture, Shepherd and Shepherdess, Eighteenth Century
England, circa 1750
Wool and silk tent stitch on linen, entire view

Bold applied cornice molding over a case containing six long graduated drawers all with
lip molded edge in fine condition. The case rests on molded base with straight scrolled
bracket feet. All edges of original backboards are sharply chamfered and received by
dado. Completely original remarkable condition with one small repair to left rear foot facing.
(Height: 51” , width of case: 36.25” , depth of case: 17.25” )

SOLD

1079-14




Chest of Drawers, Collector's Chest, 20 Drawers, Tall Chest
New England, 19th Century
Molded cornice above case raised on molded applied bracket base
Pine - SOLD


Chest of Drawers, Collector's Chest, 20 Drawers, Tall Chest
New England, 19th Century, angle view

(Good condition, old honey color surface; H: 54.5"; W: 42.25"; D: 20.5")

167-39 - SOLD




Fan-Carved Highboy, Flat Top High Chest,
Original as Found Condition, Surface & Brasses Too,
New Hampshire, Circa 1750 – 1780
Diminutive size remaining in original condition…about two-to-one proportions - SOLD


Fan-Carved Highboy, Flat Top High Chest,
Original as Found Condition, Surface & Brasses Too, 
New Hampshire, Circa 1750 – 1780, entire view

A Queen Anne maple fan-carved high chest of drawers, flat top, molded cornice over nine drawers; shaped apron joining cabriole legs resting on pad feet. The red stained surface appears to be original as are the brasses. (Any imperfections are minor, commensurate with age and use; pigment loss to lowercase drawer fronts as depicted; right rear proper knee return is missing; height: 67.5”, cornice width: 39.5”, top case width: 36”, depth: 18.5”; bottom case is 38” wide by 20” deep.)

1223-2 - SOLD




Six Drawer Tall Chest, Original Brasses and Surface
New England, 18th Century
A very good example remaining in a fine state of originality
Maple and Pine - SOLD


Antique Six Drawer Tall Chest with Original Brasses and Surface, 18th Century, angle view

(H: 55.75”, W: 38.25”, D: 18.5”)

572-59 - SOLD




Chest on Chest, Maple, New England, Late 18th Century
A marriage made in heaven! Nice proportions - SOLD


Antique New England Chest on Chest, Late 18th Century, angle view

Top case features five overhanging thumb-molded drawers; bottom case with three similar drawers; the whole raised on molded and applied bracket base.
(Top case: 37.25 18.25”, bottom case: 39.5 by 19.75”)

1120-76 - SOLD




Chest on Chest, Bonnet Top, Diminutive, Original Hardware, Old Surface
New England, Circa 1770
Maple, white pine secondary wood - SOLD


Chest on Chest, Bonnet Top, Diminutive, Original Hardware, Old Surface
New England, Circa 1770, entire view

A choice bonnet-top example having exemplary drawer organization and proportion; bonnet, waist and base moldings are beautifully shaped and unify the design.
(Intact original condition; H 80"; upper case W 36"; lower case W 38")

843-245 - SOLD




New England Tall Chest of Drawers, Six Drawers, Crisp and Clean
Massachusetts or New Hampshire, Late 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Tall Six Drawer Chest of Drawers, New England, Late 18th Century, angle view

Molded cornice above dovetailed case having six thumb-molded graduated drawers featuring brass bail pulls and keyhole escutcheons over bracket feet.
(Any imperfections are minor, and commensurate with age and use; please call for full description. (H: 62”, W: 38.5”, D: 18”)

1222-1 - SOLD




Chippendale Tall Chest of Graduated Drawers, Original Brass Hardware
New England, Circa 1800
Maple
This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested - SOLD


Antique Chippendale Tall Chest with Original Brass Hardware, Circa 1800, angle view

(H: 51 5/8”, W: 35.5”, D: 18.5”)

271-50 - SOLD




Chest on Frame, Chippendale, Claw and Ball Feet, Scrolled and Spurred Apron
Chester County, Pennsylvania, Circa 1780
Period brasses within original borings may be original, walnut and poplar - SOLD


Antique Chippendale Chest on Frame with Clab and Ball Feet, Circa 1780, angle view

Crown molding above three short-drawers over two short-drawers over three long-drawers; the case raised on frame resting on cabriole legs joined by beautifully shaped apron. (Dimensions: H: 67.75"; W: 41"; D: 23")




Chest on Chest, Bonnet Top, Carved, Old Surface, 18th Century, Cherry
Elaborately Ornamented Featuring Numerous Connecticut Treatments - SOLD


Chest on Chest, Bonnet Top, Carved, Old Surface, 18th Century, entire view

Rosettes, spiral columns, steep bonnet, applied carved center-plinth ornament above elaborate double-sunburst carved top center drawer blending Colchester and Wethersfield production features.
And yes, unusual with three-drawer base; base may have been reconfigured during the nineteenth century. The base is very old; underside displays great color and patina. This chest arrived at ad deadline; we hope to thoroughly inspect and make conclusions before publication so that we may enthusiastically discuss, sharing informed conclusions at time of publication. (Other minor imperfections easily remedied; old lip repairs to drawers; metal band loosely inserted within tympanum supporting loose roof-boards. Period brasses within original borings; H: 78.5", top case W: 38", top case D: 18.25", bottom case W: 39.25", bottom case D: 18.5")

1082-1 - SOLD




Tall Chest, Six Drawers, Curly Maple
Rhode Island
18th Century - SOLD


Tall Chest, Six Drawers, Curly Maple
Rhode Island
18th Century, entire view

The dovetailed case having applied crown molding above six graduated overhanging, thumb molded drawers, raised on molded applied bracket base. The chest remains in generally excellent condition with only as expected minor imperfections; brasses replaced. (Height: 50.25"; width: 36"; depth: 17.5")

271-24 - SOLD




Tall Chest, Queen Anne
MA RI CT Border
Circa 1775
White pine with chestnut drawer bottoms - SOLD


Tall Chest, Queen Anne
MA RI CT Border
Circa 1775, entire view

The flat molded cornice above a dovetailed case of five graduated thumb-molded drawers raised on a molded bracket base. Old salmon-tan paint over blue. Typical lip losses and replaced brasses. (Height: 48.75"; width: 42.5"; depth: 19.5".)

492-54 - SOLD




Painted Tall Chest
New England
Early 19th Century
Wonderful original puce paint...white pine - SOLD


Painted Tall Chest
New England
Early 19th Century, entire view

As depicted, five graduated drawers within case raised on cutout base; turned wooden pulls appear to be original. This chest remains in superb original condition with only a small section of proper right front foot profile missing.
Dimensions: 50.75" high, 39.25" wide, 18.25" deep.

201-266 - SOLD




Chest of Drawers, Molded Tall Chest, Two over Four Drawers
Connecticut River Valley
Circa 1740 to 1780 - SOLD


Chest of Drawers, Molded Tall Chest, Two over Four Drawers
Connecticut River Valley
Circa 1740 to 1780, entire view

Boldly profiled crown molding above the molded case featuring two short drawers over four long drawers; the case is raised on a robustly molded base resting on double-ogee cutout feet joined by an outstanding and sophisticated skirt. (Cyma recta, reversa, and cavetto profiles) Backboards are original; albeit that the brasses are old-they are not original; old refinish with tint recently added. Dimensions: 56" H, 40" W, 21.5" D.

645-1 - SOLD




Five Drawer Tall Chest, Queen Anne, Traces of Original Red
Rhode Island
18th Century
Maple - SOLD


Five Drawer Tall Chest, Queen Anne, Traces of Original Red
Rhode Island
18th Century, entire view

Beautiful and bold crown molding over case with five graduated overhanging-thumb-molded drawers raised on molded applied bracket base. Excellent condition; replaced brasses.
(Dimensions: 49.75" H, 39.75" W, 18.5" D.)

640-9 - SOLD




Chest of Drawers, Tall Chest, Six Drawers, Queen Anne
New England
Circa 1780
Maple with pine sides - SOLD


Chest of Drawers, Tall Chest, Six Drawers, Queen Anne
New England
Circa 1780, entire view

Crown molding above a case containing six overhanging, thumb molded, graduated drawers raised on applied bracket base. Condition: generally excellent with only one spur on left proper rear foot restored; brasses have been replaced in the original borings; old refinish. (Height: 54.5"; width: 39.75"; depth: 20.25")

264-48 - SOLD




Seven Drawer Tall Chest
Massachusetts
Circa 1780 to 1800 - SOLD


Seven Drawer Tall Chest
Massachusetts
Circa 1780 to 1800, entire view

A true "tall-chest" constructed of maple...beneath the crown molding are seven overhanging lipped edge graduated drawers. The case is raised on an applied shaped bracket-base with unusual spur like returns. Minor imperfections such as two replaced backboards; one drawer lip repair and appropriately replaced brasses...all else very good including old dry surface. Height: 65"; Width: 39.25"; Depth: 17.5".

393-2 - SOLD




Chippendale Tall-Chest
Original brasses...six drawers
Rhode Island
Circa 1760-1780
Maple, white pine, and chestnut - SOLD


Chippendale Tall-Chest
Original brasses...six drawers
Rhode Island
Circa 1760-1780, entire view

The molded cornice above a case of six scratch-beaded graduated-drawers raised on a molded, dovetailed applied bracket foot base. Very nice ancient red surface. This chest remains in very good condition with only, as expected, minor imperfections. Rear left foot has been extended less than one".
(Height: 53.5"; width: 38"; depth: 19.5".)

581-3 - SOLD


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