The Smith-Caldwell family fine Chippendale carved and figured mahogany bonnet-top high chest of drawers – attributed to the shop of Henry Clifton & Thomas Carteret; the carving is attributed to Nicholas Bernard – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –
Chippendale carved walnut high chest - School of Nicholas Bernard (d. 1789), Philadelphia, PA, circa 1765 - Openwork cartouche flanked by urn & flame finials surmounting double scrolled & molded cresting, above arrangement of five small drawers, the centermost being carved with shell & leafage, & three graduated wide drawers, the base with one wide & three small drawers, the centermost mirroring the top carved drawer... H: 87 in. W: 43 1/2 in. D: 24 1/2 in.
THE AUGUR-DURYEE QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST OF DRAWERS, PROBABLY BY AARON BOOTH, WINSOR OF EAST WINDSOR, CIRCA 1775 – Bak of top inscribed in chalk Aaron Booth. Appears to retain its original cast brass hardware & turned & carved finials. Retains a dark early possible original finish. Height overall 89 in. by Witth 30 ¼ in. by Depth 21 ½ in: Case width of base 37 ½ in.: Case width of upper case 35 in.
Queen Anne Tiger Maple High Chest Queen Anne Tiger Maple high chest on frame with molded cornice and dovetailed uppercase with three over four graduated thumb molded drawers, and highly shaped skirt, cabriole legs and stocking drake feet.
I have been searching for one that I can actually afford for years. Tiger maple New England high chest, Queen Anne with figured maple and fan carved lower drawer, dovetailed construction with pine secondary, century, H.