Red-stained Poplar Chest over Drawers, possibly Connecticut, c. 1710-30, the molded lift-top opens to a well, above a double arch-molded case of two false and two working drawers, on the base with applied molding and tall turned ball feet, replaced brasses, original surface, ht. 44, wd. 32, dp. 20 1/2 in.
Provenance: Rich Razzo, Chatham, New York; Charles Santore.
The Janie & Peter Gross Collection.
shrinkage crack in top, patches to top molding at front right.
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