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Alta cómoda Fecha: 1755-90 Geografía: Hecho en Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Estados Unidos

High chest of drawers Date: Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: American

Chippendale mahogany block-and-shell-carved secretary, Goddard-Townsend, Newport, Rhode Island, c.1760-1770 (made for Nicholas Brown of Providence, Rhode Island).

Goddard-Townsend Secretary, mahogany secretary, Newport, Rhode Island, (made for Nicholas Brown of Providence).

Lovely and rare mahogany American "highboy" made around 1756. It has wonderful "open" claw and ball feet,  a fabulous broken arch pediment and ornately carved shell. This is a $3,500,000 million piece of museum quality American furniture. Rare and exquisite. This is the quality of American furniture that one sees in museums and also in the White House.

The Exceptional Arnold-Wicks Family Queen Anne Shell-Carved and Figured Mahogany High Chest of Drawers with Open Talons, Made by John Townsend, Newport, Rhode Island, Dated Est.

One of the most expensive antique pieces ever sold. Antique badminton cabinet...36.7 million

Antique Badminton Cabinet, the most expensive piece of furniture ever sold was commissioned by Henry Somerset, the Duke of Beaufort. In July the Badminton Cabinet was sold by Christie’s for 15 million dollars

The most original American furniture was made in Newport, Rhode Island by the Townsend and Goddard families. The shell motif is a characteristic of Newport furniture, and here the blocking on the lower drawers continues upward to the bookcase

The most original American furniture was made in Newport, Rhode Island by the Townsend and Goddard families. The shell motif is a characteristic of Newport furniture, and here the blocking on the lower drawers continues upward to the bookcase

VINTAGE Wright Philadelphia Chippendale 12 Drawers Highboy Dresser,Highly Carved #QueenAnne #WrightTableCo

VINTAGE Wright Philadelphia Chippendale 12 Drawers Highboy Dresser,Highly Carved #QueenAnne #WrightTableCo

Rare Queen Anne Japanned Maple And Pine High Chest Of Drawers

A rare Queen Anne japanned maple and pine [highboy or] high chest of drawers, signed "Rob Davis" in script, Boston, Massachusetts,

A Fine and Rare Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany High Chest, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, possibly by Jonathan Claypool, circa 1760, appears to retain its original hardware, height 92 1/4in. by width 44 1/4in. by depth 23 1/2in. This handsome high chest displays distinctive stylistic details associated with the work of the Claypoole family, an important multigenerational cabinet shop spanning three generations, which operated in Philadelphia for most ot the eighteenth century.

A Fine and Rare Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany High Chest, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, possibly by Jonathan Claypool, circa 1760

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