SOLD ITEM 4334 - Antique gentleman's chest of drawers 1870

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Antique gentleman's chest of drawers. I don't think it ever had much to do with a plantation. Its origin is northern Europe, probably Sweden or Germany. It was made circa 1870. It appears to be made of oak, but I cannot be certain through photographs. European oak has a more closed and even grain than ours. You can see a similar chest on my website, item 3587, for comparison. The basic form of each chest is the same; note the upper bow-front drawers and the bun feet. The difference is in the level of craftsmanship. Walnut is a finer wood, and the matched veneers and turned columns are sophisticated features.
 
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