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A Chippendale Carved Cherrywood Reverse-Serpentine Bonnet-Top Slant-Front Desk-and-Bookcase, Connecticut circa 1785 Appears to retain its original hardware and finials. Height 84 1/4 in. by Width 40 1/2 in. by Depth 22 1/4 in.

A Chippendale Carved Cherrywood Reverse-Serpentine Bonnet-Top Slant-Front Desk-and-Bookcase, Connecticut circa 1785 Appears to retain its original hardware and finials. Height 84 in. by Width 40 in. by Depth 22 in.

Walnut Chippendale Slant-Front Desk | From a unique collection of antique and modern desks at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/desks/:

For Sale on - Desk with bold serpentine interior, document drawers with turnings and flames, and block-and-shell prospect door with carved tulip.

JOHN CADWALADER MORRIS CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY HIGH CHEST-OF-DRAWERS POSSIBLY BY THOMAS AFFLECK (1740-1795), PHILADELPHIA, 1765-1775

THE JOHN CADWALADER MORRIS Chippendale carved mahogany high chest-of-drawers Possibly by Thomas Affleck Philadelphia, Upper left short drawer bears chalk inscription John C. Morris 93 in.

A Fine George III mahogany & satinwood secrétaire bookcase, possibly by Thomas Chippendale, Circa 1775, the upper section fitted with a pair of glazed doors with geometric glazing bars & surmounted by a pierced fret-carved swan-neck broken pediment ending in fluted & beaded roundels, the projecting lower section fitted with a secretaire drawer opening to satinwood-veneered small drawers & pigeon holes above a pair of cupboard doors. H 8 ft 2 in.; 4 ft. 4 in.; D 25 in.

A Fine George III mahogany & satinwood secrétaire bookcase, possibly by Thomas Chippendale, Circa 1775

The Smith-Caldwell Family Fine Chippendale Carved & Figured Mahogany Bonnet-Top High Chest of Drawers, Attributed to the Shop of Henry Clifton & Thomas Carteret, the carving attributed to Nicholas Bernard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1755-1765 - Appears to retain its original cast brass open work hardware. AU inscribed on backboard. Height 96 1/2 in. by Width 44 1/2 in. by Depth 24 1/4 in

The Smith-Caldwell Family fine Chippendale carved and figured mahogany bonnet-top high chest of drawers – attributed to the shop of Henry Clifton & Thomas Carteret; the carving is attributed to Nicholas Bernard – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –

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