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Lot 404: NEW HAMPSHIRE CHEST-ON-CHEST.
September 4, 2010
Delaware, OH, USALive Auction
NEW HAMPSHIRE CHEST-ON-CHEST.
Attributed to the Dunlap school, southern New Hampshire, late 18th century, maple and white pine. Top section with flat molded cornice, has four thumbmolded drawers set into bottom section of three drawers. The lower having a façade of three drawers, the center with carved fan. The separate base with S-scrolled skirt, carved fans and bandy cabriole legs is characteristic of the Dunlap style. Brasses are old, if not original. 70 1/2"h. Lower section 38"w. 19 1/2"d.
See Sotheby's October 4, 2007, lot 120.
Refinished, brasses are period possibly not original. Damage to one lip (piece is present but detached).
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