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Chippendale Cherry Bowfront Chest Of Drawers

Chippendale Cherry Bowfont Chest Of Drawers, The Two Board Top With Molded Edge Above Four Graduated Drawers, Retaining Antique Brass, But Not The Original. Ending In A Molded Base And Raised On Bold Ogee Bracket Feet With Pads. *Retains A Warm Patina And Excellent Proportions. Connecticut, Circa 1770-1780, H. 33" W. 39 1/2" D. 24"

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