English early Georgian “bachelor’s chest”, circa 1765+. This is the most desirable size and small scale for the single on the move. With all the traveling you do, most of your important things are probably in the steamer trunks most of the time anyway.
Easily a fit in most rooms or a great prize for the hallway, the molded edge top is above a brushing slide for convenience (pictured). The pierced Chippendale brasses are of the period and complete. These are major enhancement for a case piece.
H. 31″, w. 37″, d. 19.5″. Walnut and walnut veneers, correct for this early period. The top is quartered of book-matched sections. A decision you won’t regret, ever. $3200.
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