A figured cherrywood Chippendale chest of drawers having a moulded top above a case with four graduated drawers raised on ogee bracket feet. Probably Connecticut. Ca.1785-1800.
This chest is of useful size with an interesting grain sometimes referred to as 'flame' cherry. Both the drawer graduation and the beautifully shaped feet are a credit to the talented cabinet maker of this piece. 33 1/8 inches high, 39 1/4 wide, 20 1/2 inches deep
Refinished,replaced brasses and scattered minor repairs.