Chest of drawers, 1755–90, Philadelphia, Mahogany, tulip poplar, yellow pine.

High chest of drawers

Chest of drawers, Philadelphia. This high chest demonstrates how Philadelphia artisans updated traditional Baroque forms by adding carved Rococo-style ornament.

Blocked desk-and-bookcase, circa 1775, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is Gould's only signed piece.

In the days before the proliferation of printed labels, cabinetmakers signed only their best piece. The blocked desk-and-bookcase, circa at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is Gould's only signed piece

Chippendale railing

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The Smith-Caldwell Family fine Chippendale carved and figured mahogany bonnet-top high chest of drawers – attributed to the shop of Henry Clifton & Thomas Carteret; the carving is attributed to Nicholas Bernard – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – c.1755-1765.

The Smith-Caldwell family fine Chippendale carved and figured mahogany bonnet-top high chest of drawers – attributed to the shop of Henry Clifton & Thomas Carteret; the carving is attributed to Nicholas Bernard – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –

THE HOLCUM FAMILY CHIPPENDALE CARVED AND FIGURED MAHOGANY BONNET-TOP CHEST-ON-CHEST, John Powell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dated 1758 - Inscribed in graphite on bottom of upper case Made John Powell 1758. Height 91 1/2 in. by Width 45 3/4 in. by Depth 24 in.

THE HOLCUM FAMILY CHIPPENDALE CARVED AND FIGURED MAHOGANY BONNET-TOP CHEST-ON-CHEST, John Powell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dated 1758 - Inscribed in graphite on bottom of upper case Made John Powell 1758. Height 91 1/2 in. by Width 45 3/4 in. by Depth 24 in.

A Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany Desk and Bookcase, Labeled Benjamin Frothingham, Charlestown, Massachusetts, Circa 1775.

A Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany Desk and Bookcase, Labeled Benjamin Frothingham, Charlestown, Massachusetts, Circa Height by width by depth Interior almost identical to mine.

American Antique Chippendale scroll top mahogany bombe chest on chest. Fabulous piece, made in Boston or Massachusetts 18th century.

American Antique Chippendale scroll top mahogany bombe chest on chest. Fabulous piece, made in Massachusetts century.

A Fine and Rare Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany High Chest, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, possibly by Jonathan Claypool, circa 1760, appears to retain its original hardware, height 92 1/4in. by width 44 1/4in. by depth 23 1/2in. This handsome high chest displays distinctive stylistic details associated with the work of the Claypoole family, an important multigenerational cabinet shop spanning three generations, which operated in Philadelphia for most ot the eighteenth century.

A Fine and Rare Chippendale Carved and Figured Mahogany High Chest, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, possibly by Jonathan Claypool, circa 1760

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