Circa 1800 - This mahogany chest on chest with oak secondary is a classic Georgian piece with a molded cornice over three small drawers and three long graduated on the top sections, with three larger graduated drawers on the bottom section. The top drawers are flanked by reeded quarter columns, which is a nice touch. The piece sits on the classic bracket feet. A very handsome and functional piece that would look good in any room.
Condition: The piece is in good condition. There has been repairs to the corners of a few of the drawer faces. The brass is later, though it does seem to be vintage based on its weight. You'll notice that the first long drawer's finish looks noticeable lighter than the other long drawers in the pics. While it is a bit lighter it is not a later addition to the piece as the drawers all have the same construction and the oak from which they are made looks the same. It's a bit of a mystery. There are shrinkage related cracks in some of the drawer bottoms, if this is a concern let me know and I can take more pics. There are other minor dings, cracks, and surface imperfections, which one would expect to find on a piece of this age.
Dimensions: 68"H x 42"W x 21"D