A George III mahogany chest on chest  in the manner of Thomas Chippendale
Lot 60
A George III mahogany chest on chest in the manner of Thomas Chippendale
£5,000 - 8,000
US$ 8,400 - 13,000
Auction Details
A George III mahogany chest on chest  in the manner of Thomas Chippendale A George III mahogany chest on chest  in the manner of Thomas Chippendale A George III mahogany chest on chest  in the manner of Thomas Chippendale
Lot Details
A George III mahogany chest on chest
in the manner of Thomas Chippendale
The dentilled cornice above two short and six long graduated drawers retaining the original gilt-brass handles and escutcheons, the chamfered corners carved with blind fretwork, on ogee bracket feet, 312cm wide, 152cm deep, 169cm high (123" wide, 60" deep, 66.5" high).

Footnotes

  • The chamfering to the uprights on the upper and lower sections appear on a chest on chest of similar proportions, also with ogee bracket feet, attributed to Thomas Chippendale is recorded at Nostell Priory, see C.Gilbert, The Life and Works of Thomas Chippendale, London 1978, p.118, pl.207
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