We take the utmost pride in offering you some of the most wonderful treasures in New England. On that note, we take the extra added honor in offering you this most remarkable early 19th Century Upper Connecticut River Valley circa 1815-20 Sheraton Masonic cherry tall chest signed by "B.A. Fenner". Any furniture collector knows the significance of Masonic embellished American furniture. Very few specimens were indeed signed and we are seeing something very rare and important here with this first noted Fenner specimen. This is the Sheraton overhung tall chest in simply the best everything. Each right and left top columns are finely carved with big generous swag flowers and the highest signification of Masonic emblems. It is an entirely dovetailed case in first finish and surface with turned full columns and vasal formed feet accented with nicely hand hammered brasses. This is a gem! Each of the four corner blocks under the top are all signed by Fenner and unless one carefully examines the very special this would never be known. This chest is 45" long, 22 1/2" wide and 51 3/4" tall. This is an extremely dense well crafted case that 200 years later can stand up to whatever real life uses it will see throughout your lifetime.