Height 33 inches Width 44 ½ inches Depth 23 ½ inches
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A mahogany three-drawer serpentine chest of drawers, attributed to Henry Hill, with three graduated drawers, originally with a fitted top drawer, now retaining the slide, decorated with flame book matched veneers. English, circa 1770.
Published: Hinkley, F. Lewis: ‘The More Significant Georgian Furniture’, London, 1990, p. 80, pl.136.
Footnote: Henry Hill (1741–1778) was a successful cabinet maker, upholsterer, coach maker, decorator, auctioneer and estate agent, who was listed in 15 properties in and around Marlborough, Wiltshire. His commissions were wide ranging from insurance cover, furniture and even the supply of trout and crayfish to Paul Methuen of Corsham Court; upholstery and coach building for Lord Bruce (later Marquis of Ailesbury) of Tottenham Park; another coach for 1st Earl of Radnor; furniture for the Calley family of Burderop House and Overtown House, Wiltshire; John Ivory Talbot of Lacock Abbey; Robert Clive of India; Sir John Delavel and the 9th Duke of Somerset at Maiden Bradley.
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A mahogany three-drawer serpentine chest of drawers, attributed to Henry Hill