Queen Anne Style Burled Walnut Chest of Drawers

c. 1800
$6,580 USD
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W: 38.25" D: 17.5" H: 37.5"
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This gorgeous chest of drawers dates to the late-18th century and was crafted in the Queen Anne style with a walnut veneer, bracket feet, and a slightly overhung top. The top is crossbanded with walnut and a thin inset border of contrasting wood. The drawers are patterned with a similar crossbanding and adorned with ornate gilt drop handles and keyhole escutcheons. The veneered exterior boasts a richly aged patina, textured by a build up of minute blemishes and marks that provide surface intrigue and character. With timeless elegance and a luxurious finish, this five-drawer cabinet is a beautiful example of 18th-century English furniture design.

From the collection of Frances and Gary Comer.

Minor wrinkling of walnut veneer. Drawer interiors are possibly replacement.

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