Attributed to Isaac Vose & Son, Boston

Chest of Drawers

FAPG 20542D

c. 1820

Chest of Drawers, about 1820
Attributed to Isaac Vose & Son, Boston (active 1819–25) 
Mahogany (secondary woods: chestnut, mahogany, pine and poplar, partially ebonized), ormolu and gilt-brass mounts, and die-rolled gilt-brass moldings filled with lead
37 in. high, 44 in. wide, 23 7/8 in. deep
Inscribed (on the screw back of most of the knobs, as seen from inside the drawers): BARRONS / PATENT

Description

Chest of Drawers, about 1820
Attributed to Isaac Vose & Son, Boston (active 1819–25) 
Mahogany (secondary woods: chestnut, mahogany, pine and poplar, partially ebonized), ormolu and gilt-brass mounts, and die-rolled gilt-brass moldings filled with lead
37 in. high, 44 in. wide, 23 7/8 in. deep
Inscribed (on the screw back of most of the knobs, as seen from inside the drawers): BARRONS / PATENT

RECORDED: “Very Rich and Handsome: Hirschl and Adler Galleries Hosts Sixth Annual Exhibit of American Neo-Classical Decorative Arts,” American Fine Art Magazine (January / February 2015) p. 84

EXHIBITED: Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, 2014–15, Very Rich & Handsome, p. 58 no. 25 illus. in color 

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