SOLD! for $2,640.00.
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Kentucky Sheraton Serpentine-Front Chest, possibly by Robert Wilson (working Lexington, KY area 1792-1825). Cherry and figured cherry veneers with poplar secondary wood. Serpentine top with reeded edge over a conforming case with reeded, arched stiles. Four dovetailed and cockbeaded drawers having oval brass pulls and escutcheons, slightly shaped skirt with contrasting lower strip of veneer; four reeded, ring turned and tapered feet. Paneled sides. 44-1/4" H x 39-1/2" W x 19-3/4" D. Kentucky, 1st quarter 19th century. Note: See The Magazine Antiques, May 1973 issue, page 946, Figures 2 and 2a for similar chest attributed to Robert Wilson. CONDITION: Older refinish and replaced brasses. 1-1/4" wide replaced strip along back edge. Patches at location of original handles. Two patches and approx. 20" L split on top from right edge. Drawer sides built up. Scattered replaced sections of cockbeading on drawers.