With ball feet and inlaid decoration. Made of gumwood and cherry with poplar as secondary wood.
Reference: A similar Bergen County, New Jersey kas appears in American Kasten, The Dutch-Style Cupboards of New York and New Jersey, 1650-1800 by Peter Kenny, F. Grubber Safford and G. Vincent, page 26, illus. 26 dating to 1790-1810, which exhibits neo-classical ornamentation of inlaid paterae and other carved and molded designs typical of Federal architecture and decoration in Bergen County. Kenny further illustrates on page 67, illus. 43 a Roelof Demarest New Jersey kas with compass inlays on the doors and suggests that more one workshop was consistently producing kasten with similar Federal ornamentation.
|Dealer||Bernard & S. Dean Levy|
|Origin||Bergen County, New Jersey|
|Measurements||Height: 78 inches; Width 73 1/4 inches; Depth: 27 inches|
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|Contact||Frank Levy, (212) 628-7088 or email@example.com|