Philadelphia Chippendale walnut chest of drawers, ca. 1770, the notched corner top overhanging a case with fluted quarter columns supported by ogee bracket feet, 32 3/4" h., 34 1/4" w.

Philadelphia Chippendale walnut chest of drawers, ca. the notched corner top overhanging a case with fluted quarter columns supported by ogee bracket feet, 32 h.

Mahogany Chippendale Serpentine Chest of Drawers, Portsmouth | From a unique collection of antique and modern commodes and chests of drawers at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/commodes-chests-of-drawers/

Mahogany Chippendale Serpentine Chest of Drawers, Portsmouth, NH, attr. to Langley Boardman

THE CROWNINSHIELD FAMILY CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY BOMBE CHEST-OF-DRAWERS -   MARBLEHEAD, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1770 -   appears to retain its original cast brass hardware  33¼ in. high, 40 in. wide, 22 in. deep

THE CROWNINSHIELD FAMILY CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY BOMBE CHEST-OF-DRAWERS - MARBLEHEAD, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1770 - appears to retain its original cast brass hardware 33¼ in. high, 40 in. wide, 22 in. deep

North Carolina Federal Inlaid Walnut Five-Drawer Chest attributed to Davidson County, ca. 1820/1830, in fine original surface, inlaid drawers with yellow pine secondary, dovetailed construction, original bracket feet, drawers with scattered pencil inscriptions, 44 x 37 x 17 in.

North Carolina Federal Inlaid Walnut Five-Drawer Chest attributed to Davidson County, ca. 1820/1830, in fine original surface, inlaid drawers with yellow pine secondary, dovetailed construction, original bracket feet, drawers with scattered pencil inscriptions, 44 x 37 x 17 in.

A Very Fine and Rare Chippendale Mahogany Block-Front Tray-Top Chest of Drawers, possibly Colchester-Norwich area, Connecticut circa 1780  retains a historic finish and also appears to retain its original rare pierced brass hardware.   Height 36 1/4 in. by Width 37 in. by Depth 19 5/8

A Very Fine and Rare Chippendale Mahogany Block-Front Tray-Top Chest of Drawers, possibly Colchester-Norwich area, Connecticut, circa Sotheby's

A very fine Chippendale period figured mahogany chest of oak lined drawers. With stop fluted canted corners, original brass swan-neck handles and stepped bracket feet. Circa 1770.

A very fine Chippendale period figured mahogany chest of oak lined drawers. With stop fluted canted corners, original brass swan-neck handles and stepped bracket feet.

A CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY BLOCK-FRONT CHEST-OF-DRAWERS -  BOSTON, 1760-1780 -  31½ in. high, 35¾ in. wide, 20½ in. deep

A CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY BLOCK-FRONT CHEST-OF-DRAWERS - BOSTON, 1760-1780 - 31½ in. high, 35¾ in. wide, 20½ in. deep

Yellow Pine Clothes Press, Eastern Shore, Virginia, c. 1770, the flat molded cornice above two doors with tombstone raised panels and rectangular panels below, the sides with double panels, all on bracket feet, (restoration to base), ht. 66, wd. 41 1/4, dp. 19 in.

Yellow Pine Clothes Press, Eastern Shore, Virginia, c. 1770, the flat molded cornice above two doors with tombstone raised panels and rectangular panels below, the sides with double panels, all on bracket feet, (restoration to base), ht. 66, wd. 41 1/4, dp. 19 in.

Chest of Drawers - George III mahogany chest of drawers, of good proportions. Rectangular top over four long graduated drawers fitted with brass oval plate handles. Raised on shaped bracket feet.  circa. 1800 £1,980

Chest of Drawers - George III mahogany chest of drawers, of good proportions. Rectangular top over four long graduated drawers fitted with brass oval plate handles. Raised on shaped bracket feet.

Georgian English Walnut Chest of Drawers, c. 1780 | 1stdibs.com

Georgian English Walnut Chest of Drawers, c. 1780

Fine and rare Queen Anne maple and walnut chest of drawers, possibly by Thomas Goddard, Newport, Rhode Island, circa 1790. Appears to retain its original surface and cast brass hardware.  Graphite letters on back of drawers. Label on bottom drawer inscribed This Bureau was made by Thos. Goddard about 1790 and came from The Riggs Estate, Newport, R.I. Height 32 1/2 in. by Width 37 1/4 in. by Depth 19 3/4 in.

Fine and rare Queen Anne maple and walnut chest of drawers, possibly by Thomas Goddard, Newport, Rhode Island, circa 1790. Appears to retain its original surface and cast brass hardware. Graphite letters on back of drawers. Label on bottom drawer inscribed This Bureau was made by Thos. Goddard about 1790 and came from The Riggs Estate, Newport, R.I. Height 32 1/2 in. by Width 37 1/4 in. by Depth 19 3/4 in.

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