We believe this to be a Williamsburg Virginia chest of drawers, circa 1780. The secondary wood is all Yellow Pine and the primary wood is Black Walnut. The drawers have lip molding on three sides of the drawer face with exposed dove tails on sides and feet. When studying this piece the art of dovetails is evident. The brass hardware appears to be the second set . The drawer back shows that the first set was a single pull of brass which only lasted a short period of time and was replaced around 1800-1810 with the oval brasses. This chest is in excellent working condition with a restored old Shellac finish. A close but a little earlier example may be found in " Furniture of Williamsburg and Eastern Virginia, 1710-1790" by Wallace b. Gusler, item #87.
Height -37 1/2" width 40 1/2" depth 20 1/4 "
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