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Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest Of Drawers

Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest Of Drawers, The Rectangular Top Having An Inlaid Star And Diamond Shaped Inlaid Corners, Above Four Graduated Line-Inlaid And Diamond Shaped Inlay On The Drawers, Flanked By Fluted Corner Columns Ending In A Molded Base, Raised On Tall Bracket Feet. Minor Various Patches And A Back Support, On Rear Foot Replaced. Retains The Original Brasses*, Southern, Probably Virginia Or N. Carolina. Circa 1795-1815, H. 38 3/4"  W. 42 1/2"  D. 18"

Queen Anne Cherry Bonnet Top Highboy

Queen Anne Cherry Bonnet Top Highboy, The Upper Case With A Molded Broken Arch Pediment, Centering A Carved Pinwheel Plinth, Supporting A Flame Carved Finial, Flanking The Same, Above Two Concealed Drawers, Above A Pinwheel Carved Center Drawer, Flanked By Unusual Fluted Side Columns. The Lower Case, Having A Molded Mid-Molding, Above One Large, Over Three Small Drawers, The Center With Pin-Wheel Carved Drawer, Above A Shaped Skirt With Turned Ball Finials, All Raised On Graceful Cabriole Legs, Ending In Pad Feet, Connecticut, Circa 1750-1760, Minor Repairs, Drawers Runners And Brasses Replaced. H. 86 1/2"  W. 41"  D. 20" THIS HIGHBOY HAS A LABEL PROVENANCE: ,DAVID STOCKWELL, WILMINGTON DELAWARE.

Cherry Chippendale Secretary Bookcase

Cherry Chippendale Secretary Bookcase The Molded Broken Arch Ending In Carved Rosettes And Flanking Spiral Turned Finials, Above A Pair Of Serpentine Doors Opening To A Fitted Interior Flanked By Fluted Columns On Molded Plinths. Lower Section Having A Slant-Lid Opening To Various Drawers And Pigeon Holes, Having A Slide Suppor Above Serpentine Inlaid Drawers, Raised On Ogee Bracket Feet. This Stately Example, Retains A Beautiful Color With Antique Brasses, But Not The Original, Condition Is Very Good With Only Minor Restorations. Connecticut, Circa 1775-1785, H. 95"  W. 40 1/2"  D. 23"

A Scarce Federal Cherry Chest Of Drawers

A Scarce Federal Cherry Chest Of Drawers, Having A Rectangular Top Above Four Graduated Thumb-Molded Drawers, Retaining The Original Pulls, Flanked By Fluted Corner Columns, Ending In A Lamb's Tongue. The Banded Serpentine Skirt, All Raised On Slightly Flared Bracket Feet. H. 39"  W. 35 1/2"  D. 21 3/4", Bucks County Furniture Is A Rare Fine* Circa 1785-1800