Furniture > Chests
Enjoy browsing a selection of early American furniture from the 17th, 18th and 19th century. Our inventory includes a variety of forms made throughout New England and colonial America. We have always had a special emphasis on furniture from Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, while also handling fine pieces from New York, Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic States. We are pleased to offer all forms from high chests to dressing tables, tall clocks to banjo clocks, banister back armchairs to drop leaf tables, candlestands, sewing tables, Windsor chairs, shield back chairs and more.
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Chippendale maple chest of drawers
Federal paint decorated chest of drawers
Paint decorated blanket chest
Red lift top blanket chest.
Chippendale cherry serpentine front chest, New London County, Connecticut, 1780-1805
A rare and important Chippendale cherry chest of drawers, Litchfield, Connecticut, 1780 - 1805
Queen Anne cherry chest on frame.
Chippendale cherry tall chest featuring unusual carved pilasters, probably upper Connecticut River Valley 1780 - 1805
Chippendale maple tall chest, Eastern Connecticut or Rhode Island, 1780-1800
Carved and molded yellow pine six board chest
18th century Chippendale cherry tall chest