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windexblue • 1 year ago

Beautiful Lehigh County, Pa. painted dower chest dated 1785. Sold for $140400

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Miniature painted dower chest, probably Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, ca. 1800, the lid and front decoration with ivory panels and large floral sprays emanating from urns within a red border on a green sponge ground supported by ochre sponge decorated bracket feet, 15" h., 23" w. Two similarly decorated chests are illustrated in Fabian, The Pennsylvania German Decorated Chest, fig. 150 and 151.

dower chest, ca. 1785

Miniature painted dower chest, probably Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, ca. 1800 (Close-up of Front) ****

Realized Price: $140,400 Lehigh County, Pennsylvania painted dower chest, late 18th c., the cartouche inscribed "Hanna Eister 1790 Gebert Diese Kist.", above 2 stylized green sponge decorated hearts centering on an orange and black pinwheel and tulip tree flanked by similar stars and tulips and heart corners on an ochre and red stippled ground, the ends with bold red and ivory stars, above 3 green sponge decorated drawers retaining original hardware supported by spurred straight bracket feet,

Pa. painted pine dower chest dated 1788

Realized Price: $22515 Vibrant Lehigh County, Pennsylvania painted dower chest, inscribed Salame Gaumerrin 1809, having two hearts on the lid which repeat on the front panel, centering a six-pointed star over two stippled drawers, the end panels with three color philphlots, all resting on ogee bracket feet, 30 1/4" h., 47 3/4" w., 22 1/4" d. For a similar example, see Fabian, The Pennsylvania German Decorated Chest, pg. 176, figure 180.

Pennsylvania Dower Chest “Centre County”

Realized Price: $ 6518 Pennsylvania miniature painted poplar dower chest, dated 1802, decorated with two green sponged hearts on a red ground, 14 1/2" h., 24" w.

Berks County, Pennsylvania painted dower chest dated 1804, inscribed Chrastara Rogelman, the facade decorated with two panels with potted flowers, flanked by columnar corners supported by bracket feet, 24" h., 48" w.