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Fuller cradle at Pilgrim Hall

Fuller cradle at Pilgrim Hall

This carved, joined and painted oak chest was discovered in an upstate New York house not far from where auctioneer Leigh Keno grew up. Attributed to the Deacon John Moore shop tradition of Windsor, Conn., it was made between 1675 and 1690. Estimated at $100/250,000, it sold by phone for $632,400.

This carved, joined and painted oak chest was discovered in an upstate New York house not far from where auctioneer Leigh Keno grew up. Attributed to the Deacon John Moore shop tradition of Windsor, Conn., it was made between 1675 and 1690. Estimated at $100/250,000, it sold by phone for $632,400.

Pilgrim Hall Museum - Collections - Furniture

Pilgrim Hall Museum - Collections - Furniture

Hatfield MA. late 17th century pilgrim chest,

Hatfield MA. late 17th century pilgrim chest,

Colonial Massachusetts Chest-Over-One-Drawer ~ Red Oak & Yellow Pine

Colonial Massachusetts Chest-Over-One-Drawer ~ Red Oak & Yellow Pine

A Rare Pilgrim-Century Joined Oak with Maple and Cedar Chest with Two Drawers, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, circa 1690. Sotheby's

A Rare Pilgrim-Century Joined Oak with Maple and Cedar Chest with Two Drawers, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, circa 1690. Sotheby's

Pook & Pook. April 25th 2014. Lot 85. Estimated: $15K - $25K.  Realized: $9840.  Massachusetts Pilgrim Century carved oak chest, ca. 1700, probably Hadley area, the lift lid over a fully carved case with two drawers supported by stile feet, 45 1/2" h., 46" w. Hadley chests without initials & probably carved by the same hand are illustrated in Luther, The Hadley Chest, plates 101-106.

Pook & Pook. April 25th 2014. Lot 85. Estimated: $15K - $25K. Realized: $9840. Massachusetts Pilgrim Century carved oak chest, ca. 1700, probably Hadley area, the lift lid over a fully carved case with two drawers supported by stile feet, 45 1/2" h., 46" w. Hadley chests without initials & probably carved by the same hand are illustrated in Luther, The Hadley Chest, plates 101-106.

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