Chippendale Mahogany Bonnet-Top High Chest
Probably Salem, circa 1770
The enclosed bonnet with three flame finials over a convex shell carved drawer and two small drawers above four graduated long drawers all flanked by fluted pilasters, the lower section with a long drawer over a convex shell carved drawer and two drawers, above a scrolled apron on angular cabriole legs and claw and ball feet. Height 7 feet 5 3/4 inches, width 42 3/4 inches, depth 22 1/2 inches.
Additional Notes & Condition Report
center finial with cracks to base, cracks to enclosed bonnet, finials replaced, old not very noticeable patch above convex shell carving and repair to interior of drawer front from previous lock, later back boards below pediment in upper section, few edge chips to drawers
Cracking and added rails to rear of back legs on case, repair to interior of drawer front from previous lock, few edge chips to drawers, few dents and filled holes to center shell drawer, wear to feet
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