Diminutive Size Queen Anne Lowboy

Litchfield County, possibly New Milford, Connecticut
Ca. 1750-1770
Cherry, white pine and white oak secondary woods
This rare, diminutive size lowboy or dressing table has an impressive one board cherry top with an under-molding above one long drawer and three short drawers, the central having a deeply carved, concave lobed shell drawer conforming to the skirt. The piece is supported by cabriole legs with the faint impression of carved C-scrolls terminating on pad feet.
Provenance: Descended in the Camp family of New Milford, Connecticut
Purchased locally, 2000
Illustrated in Ann Y. Smith, To Please Any Taste, Litchfield County Furniture and Furniture Makers, 1780-1830, Litchfield Historical Society, Litchfield, Connecticut 2008, pg. 38, fig. 6.

Dealer Jeffrey Tillou Antiques
Date: Ca. 1750-1770
Origin American
Measurements 33 h. 31 7⁄8 w. (top) 28 w. (case) 19 3⁄8 d.
Inventory View Dealer's Inventory
Website http://www.tillouantiques.com
Contact Jeffrey Tillou, 860-567-9693 or  jeffrey@tillouantiques.com

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