M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
 

GEORGE I WALNUT VENEERED DIMINUTIVE CHEST OF DRAWERS

England, c1720

 

 

 

The rectangular quarter-veneered book-matched and crossbanded top over a conforming case with two short over three graduated cockbeaded drawers having richly figured walnut veneers with early well patinated surfaces and original closed batwing brasses, raised on four antique replaced bun feet; excellent rich color; good diminutive size

 

Condition : Excellent, with minor abrasions and losses appropriate to age and usage; the feet antique replacements;

wonderful history showing throughout; the waxed surfaces without alteration

 

Note :

The type of drawer construction used in this chest went out about 1720,

and cockbeading was introduced about the same time.

 

High 38”x 37-3/16” Wide x 20-1/4” Deep

  

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#6372

 

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Of note is the wonderful history to the bottom drawer, showing the knocks, kicked closings, floor moppings, and passers-by it has had for 300 years.

 

 

 

 

Also from c1720

Very Good & Rare Early George I Padouk Chest of Drawers

England, c1725, original brasses and early surfaces

 

  

 

 

 

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George I Walnut Diminutive Chest of Drawers, c1720, with original waxed surfaces and closed batwing brasses