A fine English mahogany chest of drawers, circa 1770. The chest is solid mahogany with oak secondary. It has four drawers and a molded top, canted corners with fluting, and straight bracket feet. It is 45" high by 43" wide by 21" deep. It does have some problems, please view all pictures carefully as we are selling this "as is". There is a chunk missing out of the second drawer and both sides/ends have splits. The top also has a split. It has an old refinish. The brasses are gorgeous and ARE 18th century, though may not original to this piece. There is evidence that there has been another type of hardware on the chest in the past. The back-plates on the brasses all match but three of the bails are different from the rest. There is also one keyhole escutcheon that does not match. The rest are original. When we got it there was a bag with three other keyhole escutcheons that match the replaced one on the chest. We will ship these with it. This piece is guaranteed to be as described.