THE LEARNED FAMILY QUEEN ANNE CARVED WALNUT BONNET-TOP HIGH CHEST OF DRAWERS, ESSEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS, CIRCA 1766 - Appears to retain its original cast-brass hardware and finials, with one flame replaced. Inscribed on reverse in chalk By the will of God – W.D. May 11, 1766. Height 85 3/4 in. by Width 41 in. by Depth 21 1/2 in.
The Smith-Caldwell family fine Chippendale carved and figured mahogany bonnet-top high chest of drawers – attributed to the shop of Henry Clifton & Thomas Carteret; the carving is attributed to Nicholas Bernard – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –
Boston, Massachusetts High Chest of Drawers, 1700–30 Japanned (lacquered) maple, pine, and other woods, with brass hardware 60 x 38 x 28 1/2 in. (152.4 x 96.52 x 72.39 cm) Gift of Bob and Jo Wagner M2000.202 Photo credit Larry Sanders