This antique chest of drawers was likely crafted in the Boston area. This form is known as reverse serpentine where the front displays outer convex curves with a concave center section. The chest is fitted with brass batwing brasses and bail handles and is raised on ball and claw feet with a shaped apron and shell carved center.
(For a similar example): Luke Vincent Lockwood, Colonial Furniture in America, p. 135.
Width 43 Depth 22.5 Height 33 in.
American Chippendale Mahogany Reverse Serpentine Chest of Drawers
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