A Queen Anne Wethersfield Highboy

A choice Queen Anne cherrywood highboy of diminutive proportions and having beautifully carved fan drawers. The drawer arrangement as well as the recessed niche in the apron are indicators of the Wethersfield region of central Connecticut. Ca. 1770

The deep, dark red color is evidence of the original 'mahoganized' stain. The finish is rich and dry. The pierced brasses are original,however,the bails are of the Federal period. 74 inches high,39 1/2 inches wide, 20 inches deep.

Minor patches to upper case sides and one drawer lip repair.