FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!
FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!

FINE 1790 SHERATON PINE & MAPLE DRESSER W/RING TURNED COLUMNS N.H. EXCEPTIONAL!

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$1,575.00

With our highest compliments we are delighted to offer you this handsome 18th Century New Hampshire Sheraton period dresser in pine with maple ring turned columns and turned legs. This is a superb example of the New Hampshire side of the North Shore American furniture movement. It stands right out with masterfully turned columns, graceful aprons on its front and sides, doublewave formed back gallery and original period pulls. This dresser has dovetailed pine plank base construction with lovely deeply chamfered pine drawer panels and back panels. The case has cockbead molding around all of the drawer openings. We received it less one brass rosette on the gallery. We note an old small restoration on one side of the gallery missing the rosette and possibly one drawer panel replaced with a chamfered oak panel. We disclose anything that comes to our attention and try to be as careful as possible when it comes to important period antiques. We are in no way certain this was not originally done by the maker and it is not uncommon to see such events occurring. This panel we mention is certainly of the proper age where we have a question if it was replaced or not. This is an important piece of American furniture worthy of any good collection being sold at a very fair no miss price. This chest is 40" long, 19 1/2" wide (deep) and 40 1/2" tall with an additional 6" high back gallery.