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Rare Diminutive Queen Anne Lowboy


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1750-1760
Walnut, yellow pine secondary wood
Condition: Fine condition, original brass (see full condition report).                                                                                              Provenance: Although sharing many influences of both the Claypoole and Savery Cabinet shops, this lowboy was most likely made by one of the joiners of the Claypoole family, one of the most notable and prominent cabinet shops in Philadelphia during the mid-18th century.

This compact case with great proportions is further accentuated by a generous over-hanging top with a molded edge and notched front corners. The case is fitted with one long drawer over two short drawers flanked by canted, reeded columns and is supported by cabriole legs with tear-drop carved knees terminating on carved trifid feet.


Dimensions: 27 3/8"h x 36 1/8"w x 18"d (top); 27 7/8"w x 15 7/8"d (case)

Item ID: F-CP-LB 009

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