Lot 77    

Georgian-style High Chest
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
English. A George I-style high chest in highly figured walnut, veneers with oak secondary, having three aligning drawers over four drawers over three aligning drawers, all cockbeaded and crossbanded, the whole rising on cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Closson's label inside drawer; ht. 65.75, wd. 36.75, dp. 20 in.

Condition:  
Losses and popping to veneers.
Sold: $587.50
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