Wood Storage Furniture for Clothes
Antique wood storage furniture for clothes. Hepplewhite storage furniture was usually bow or serpentine shaped in front and stood on outwardly curving bracket feet. The feet were set on the chests without any plinth moulding so as to blend entirely into the design. Tallboys in Georgian England were generally being replaced by wardrobes.
¶ Chests of Drawers. Two designs are here shown for this article, which admits of little variation or ornament; general dimensions 3 feet 6 inches long, by 20 inches deep.
¶ Double chests of drawers. Two designs for these are here shown; to the latter one is given fluted pilasters at the angles; these may have the same depth as the former ones, and height 5 feet 6 inches.
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