A Small Mahogany Shaving Mirror with Stenciled Label Chilton, Massachusetts, c.1820

This cabinetmaker is reputed to have done case work for the Willard clock family. The case work is of extremely fine tolerances so that when one drawer is pushed in, another is pushed out due to the air compression. It should be noted also that these unusual pulls appear to be first. An almost identical dress glass appears in Wallace Nuttings’ Furniture Treasury, illustration 3216.

Height: 25 1/2 in. Width: 21 in. Depth: 7 3/4 in.

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