Walnut and burl walnut lowboy with crossbanding around the top, satinwood inlay on the front, and having original brass pulls. Standing on cabriole legs ending on Spanish feet, England, 18th century, circa 1760.
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Wear consistent with age and use
26.5 in. H x 30.75 in. W x 20.75 in. D
67 cm H x 78 cm W x 53 cm D
San Francisco, CA
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