30 June - 1 July 2015
A GEORGE II WALNUT BACHELOR'S CHEST
The rectangular feather-banded top above a brushing slide and four graduated drawers, on bracket feet, stenciled French & Co. number 34889 to top two drawers, later brasses
28 ½ in. (72 cm.) high, 25 in. (63.5 cm.) wide, 18 ½ in. (47 cm.) deep
With French & Company, New York (bought from Cecil Partridge on 24 October 1929).
Acquired by A.M. Scaife on 28 December 1939.
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