Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Connecticut River Valley, circa 1770, white pine secondary, two part form, dovetailed case, upper case with applied cornice above a central fan carved drawer flanked by four small drawers above four graduated drawers, all lipped, the base with applied waist molding above one long drawer above a central fan carved drawer flanked by two small drawers, all lipped, distinctive scalloped skirt with spurs, cabriole legs with carved knee blocks and terminating in stylized ball and claw feet with triple knuckle.
77.75 x 40 x 20 in., upper case width 35 in.From the Collection of Mr. James L. Parker, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sotheby's Lot 489, New York, New York, 2006, Sale #8158.
Left and right side cornice with patches, break and repairs; upper case with lip repair to two long drawers; replaced drawer guides; left rear foot break and loss to rear tallon.
$5,000 - 10,000