SOLD! for $1,320.00.
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Delaware Valley, possibly Chester County, Pennsylvania two-piece Queen Anne high chest on stand, walnut primary, poplar and white pine secondary. Upper section having a flat top with ogee molded cornice above three short drawers and two half- and three full-length graduated dovetailed drawers. Brass batwing pulls. Lower section with ogee molding above a valanced skirt and cabriole legs having ogee bracket returns and terminating in trifid feet. Label inside top right drawer for Schiffer Antiques, Pennsylvania, other illegible label and shadow lines for previous labels en verso. 65" H x 41 1/2" W x 21 1/2" D. Late 18th century.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of Raymond White, Nashville, Tennessee.
CONDITION: Older refinish; top and base are likely an early association. Pulls are old but not original. Interior of drawers are painted, some drawer runners have been built up. Approximate 1" glue repair to back left foot. Upper left drawer with repair to lower corner. Patch to rear right foot. Toe replaced on left back foot. Some lip repair to drawers.