High chest of drawers

American or British

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 713

The type of leg seen on this high chest was likely derived from the spiral columns of European Baroque architecture. Spiral twisted legs, a rarity in American furniture, can sometimes be found on high chests and tables made in New York.

High chest of drawers, Sweet gum, yellow poplar, yellow pine, white oak, American or British

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