This simple Chippendale chest is especially desirable because of its narrow width. Measuring only 33” across its case, the original was surely one of the smallest made in colonial New England. They afforded more space than a four-drawer chest and, unlike their six-drawer counterpart, left room for a mirror to hang on the wall above. Our chest is constructed exactly like the original with a hardwood top, exposed dovetails, and a hand-carved fan in the center of the top drawer.
Width 36 3/4”
Depth 19 1/2”