Richard's Fine Woodworking - This is a reproduction of a Chippendale highboy made in Philadelphia in the 1770s.The highboy is in two parts; the upper section has a full solid cherry roof with molded scroll bonnet pediment terminating in rosettes with an inner scroll centering a cartouche flanked by carved flame and fluted urn finials above a foliate carved and c-scroll embellishment typanum over a conforming case fitted with three short drawers above two short drawers obove three graduated long drawers all with molded surrounds and flanked by fluted quarter columns; the lower section with conforming mid-molding above a rectangular case fitted with one long drawer over two short drawers centering a shell and tendril carved drawer all with molded surronds above a shaped and scroll carved apron centering a pendant shell all flanked by fluted quarter columns on acanthus carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet that have carved under claws. All the drawers are made of solid cherry with hand made dovetails, even drawer bottoms solid. Height 104" Width 45.5" Depth 22" Price $45,000

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Philadelphia Chippendale Highboy

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Philadelphia Chippendale Highboy side

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Philadelphia Chippendale Highboy other side

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Philadelphia Chippendale Highboy bonnet

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Philadelphia Chippendale Highboy knee

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Philadelphia Chippendale Highboy other finial