SOLD! for $1,280.00.
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Classical chest of drawers, possibly Boston. Classical form with mahogany veneers and white pine secondary wood. Consists of a plain square backsplash of figured mahogany over a top tier section of three equally sized dovetailed drawers transitioning to a chest with two dovetailed drawers over three long dovetailed drawers of equal size flanked by square tapered pilasters with banded edges of lighter veneer. Tri-carved leaf capitals surmount tapered pilasters. Case rests on acanthus carved ovolo feet. Tier top and chest top banded with contrasting veneer borders. Appears to retain the original brass pulls and locks. 52 3/4" H x 44 3/4" W x 20 1/2" D. American, Circa 1825. The estate of David B. Person, Historic Burton Place, Holly Springs, Mississippi. Condition: Overall very good condition. Refinished, two of the long drawers in the lower chest with slight buildup of drawer sides (approximately 5/8"). Minor veneer losses to right drawer surrounds on right side. A couple of old separations to lower case sides.