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A John Townsend cabinet is to auction as part of Christie's Americana sale

A John Townsend cabinet is to auction as part of Christie's Americana sale

Pook & Pook. 6/20/09. Lot 417. Est: $50K - $150K. Realized: $128,700.  Important PA. Queen Anne transitional carved mahogany scroll top high chest of drawers, ca. 1755. 5 smaller drawers & 3 long drawers. Period brasses. Bold fluted quarter columns. The base has a central drawer with recessed shell carving & applied streaming foliage above a scalloped skirt with an applied shell. Cabriole legs with shell carved knees terminating in ball & claw feet, 7'9" h., 47" w.

Pook & Pook. 6/20/09. Lot 417. Est: $50K - $150K. Realized: $128,700. Important PA. Queen Anne transitional carved mahogany scroll top high chest of drawers, ca. 1755. 5 smaller drawers & 3 long drawers. Period brasses. Bold fluted quarter columns. The base has a central drawer with recessed shell carving & applied streaming foliage above a scalloped skirt with an applied shell. Cabriole legs with shell carved knees terminating in ball & claw feet, 7'9" h., 47" w.

Rare, George III period, chair-back settee. In mahogany with slightly curved, five shield-form backrest, each with bellflower and white carved splat continuing to downward sloping arm rests and supports, above a padded seat, raised on rosette capped fluted straight tapering legs ending in spade feet. 18th century.

Rare, George III period, chair-back settee. In mahogany with slightly curved, five shield-form backrest, each with bellflower and white carved splat continuing to downward sloping arm rests and supports, above a padded seat, raised on rosette capped fluted straight tapering legs ending in spade feet. 18th century.

Chippendale serpentine-front chest of drawers, circa 1770, figured mahogany, white pine, original Rococo fire gilt cast brass bail handles and escutcheons, 33.25 H. x 34.25 W. x 18.5 D. Top is 41 x 21.5

Chippendale serpentine-front chest of drawers, circa 1770, figured mahogany, white pine, original Rococo fire gilt cast brass bail handles and escutcheons, 33.25 H. x 34.25 W. x 18.5 D. Top is 41 x 21.5

Queen Anne Cherry Carved Dressing Table, Connecticut, c. 1740-60, old replaced brasses, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 31, case wd. 29 3/4, case dp. 18 in.

Queen Anne Cherry Carved Dressing Table, Connecticut, c. 1740-60, old replaced brasses, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 31, case wd. 29 3/4, case dp. 18 in.

Queen Anne Inlaid and Figured Walnut High Chest of Drawers, Ipswich, Massachusetts, circa 1755

Queen Anne Inlaid and Figured Walnut High Chest of Drawers, Ipswich, Massachusetts, circa 1755

Federal Carved Mahogany and Bird's-eye Maple Veneer Dressing Chest with Mirror, attributed to Thomas Seymour, probably with John Seymour, Boston, c. 1805-10, original brasses, refinished, (minor restoration), ht. 73 1/2, case wd. 35, case dp. 19 7/8 in.

Federal Carved Mahogany and Bird's-eye Maple Veneer Dressing Chest with Mirror, attributed to Thomas Seymour, probably with John Seymour, Boston, c. 1805-10, original brasses, refinished, (minor restoration), ht. 73 1/2, case wd. 35, case dp. 19 7/8 in.

This serpentine chest of drawers, offered from a private American collection, is of Massachusetts origin, circa 1760–1780, and measures 32¾ inches high, 34 inches wide and 20¾ inches deep. It is of richly figured crotch mahogany and has boldly carved ball and claw feet and spur returns. Bidding opened at $ 40,000, and the final bid, with premium, was $ 117,800, to a phone bidder. The high estimate was $ 80,000.

This serpentine chest of drawers, offered from a private American collection, is of Massachusetts origin, circa 1760–1780, and measures 32¾ inches high, 34 inches wide and 20¾ inches deep. It is of richly figured crotch mahogany and has boldly carved ball and claw feet and spur returns. Bidding opened at $ 40,000, and the final bid, with premium, was $ 117,800, to a phone bidder. The high estimate was $ 80,000.

ANDREW FAMILY CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY HIGH CHEST-OF-DRAWERS BOSTON AREA, POSSIBLY THE SHOP OF BENJAMIN FROTHINGHAM, JR. (1734-1809), CHARLESTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS, 1760-1780

ANDREW FAMILY CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY HIGH CHEST-OF-DRAWERS BOSTON AREA, POSSIBLY THE SHOP OF BENJAMIN FROTHINGHAM, JR. (1734-1809), CHARLESTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS, 1760-1780

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