Lot 21    

Kentucky Blanket Chest with Folk Art Decorations,
Summer Fine and Decorative Art Auction / June 6, 2009
American, likely Mid-Atlantic, ca 1830-1840. A painted poplar blanket chest having large flowers in pots and whimsical decoration. Original paint; 30" high x 57" wide x 20.75" deep.

Condition:  
Third set of hinges, loss to wood on top also no lock.
Sold: $64,625.00
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