Thistlethwaite Americana | Chest of Drawers – SOLD
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Chest of Drawers – SOLD

Origin: Philadelphia

Medium: Mahogany, poplar, white cedar

Dimensions: 36 1/2″ H x 42 1/2″ W x 23 1/2″ D

Date: Circa 1770

 

Finely constructed chest with superb wood and old dry finish.

 

The mate to this chest is in the Diplomatic Rooms of the State Department (See Treasures of State: Fine and Decorative Arts in the Diplomatic Reception Rooms of the U.S. Department of State, ed. Clement E. Conger, 1991, pg. 142-143) and descended in the family of Emily Willing Powell (1743-1830) of Philadelphia.

 

Provenance: William Samaha formerly from the collection of Paul Carpenter and Don Hayes.

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