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Chest-on-Chest – SOLD

A fine early Chippendale period mahogany Chest-on-Chest circa 1750

Price on request

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Product Description

The moulded cornice above a pair of short drawers and three long graduated drawers flanked by chevron carved quarter columns and a lower section of two short and two long graduated drawers, all outlined with bead moulding and retaining gilded handles and escutcheons resembling examples in Chippendale’s Director, raised on shaped bracket feet

  • Height: 63.5ins (161cm)
  • Width: 46ins (117cm)
  • Depth: 22ins (56cm)

The quality of design and craftsmanship are exceptional suggesting the piece may have been made by Chippendale during his early years in London and designed by Matthias Darly, a professional designer, engraver & drawing master.  Throughout 1753 Chippendale and Darly were collaborating on the plates for The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker’s Director published in 1754