|A well-resolved cherrywood blocked end reverse serpentine chest of four graduated drawers.
The molding of the overhanging top and base serve to echo the desirable conformation of the case. Further enhanced by the fluid shaping of the bold ogee feet. Rich old color.
Literature: see Albert Sack, The New Fine Points of Furniture (Crown Publishing, Inc., 1993) p. 104.
Massachusetts, circa 1780; Height 34 3/4" Width 39" Depth 21"