THE CLARKE AND LINCOLN FAMILY CHIPPENDALE KNEEHOLE DESK

Boston   Circa 1760

Primary wood: Mahogany
Secondary wood: Pine

Height: 30 inches
Width: 34 ¼ inches
Depth: 21 ½ inches

Provenance: The Clarke and Lincoln Families of Lexington, Massachusetts.

Reference: The diamond and scroll decoration on the drawer above the prospect are rare and desirable features. For a very similar kneehole please see American Antiques from Israel Sack Collection, Volume V, page 1118.

Item number: 27912