This chest is fashioned after a 1748 piece designed by Christopher Townsend. With a shaped skirt and spoon feet, it is an example of a typical Rhode Island flat top.
This highboy features mahogany casework set off by figured maple drawer fronts, center finial, and traditional Queen Anne legs. These legs feature an over-the-apron style knee block that visually finishes their sweep. This chest is fashioned after a 1748 piece designed by colonial cabinetmaker Christopher Townsend. With a highly shaped skirt and spoon feet, our highboy is an example of a typical Rhode Island flattop. No detail is overlooked with this heirloom piece of furniture, from hand cut dovetailed casework and drawers to hand carved moldings. The warmth of the natural mahogany will add appeal to any room in your home.
Dimensions: 21 ½" deep, x 38 ¼" wide, x 70" high