Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Connecticut, circa 1760, two-part form, white pine secondary, top dovetailed case with applied cove molded cornice above five graduated lipped drawers, applied waist molding to bottom edge of top case, the base with one long lipped drawer above a central relief shell-carved drawer flanked by two short lipped drawers, shaped skirt, raised on tall cabriole legs with scrolled knee return and pad feet.
73.75 x 40 x 19; Upper case width 36 in. Private Collection of a North Carolina Gentleman
Old brasses in original holes; second long drawer with chip to lower left corner; chip and loss to front face of waist molding; two chips at left and right corner of long drawer in base; chip and loss to right lower base drawer at corner; missing drop finials; likely loss to central drop below fan; refinished; overall good estate condition.
$1,000 - 2,000