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  • Item 1395
  • $2,500

This walnut Queen Anne chest made in rural Pennsylvania probably dates as late as 1800.  In the rural parts of the American Colonies and in the United States, it was common for furniture forms that were once in fashion in London to continue to be made fifty years later in the small towns and rural areas.  The slim columns on this chest are reminiscent of columns seen on clocks made in the later part of the 18th century in the United States.  The Queen Anne form dominated London from 1720 to 1755.  In the Colonies/United States, it was popular from 1730 to 1800.  

The chest is in very good repair for a period antique.


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