New England Federal bow-front chest with strongly figured tiger maple drawer fronts. Circa 1810-1820. Probably Massachusetts origin. Dimensions: 41.25 inches wide (40 inch case) x 21 inches deep x 35.25 inches high. This Hepplewhite maple chest has four graduated drawers veneered in tiger maple, and retaining the original stamped brass oval pulls with eagle motifs. The case stands on high French feet with an unusual carved embellishment near the base. There is a single board maple top and an unusually wide 23" pine back board forming the two-board back. Nice condition, with a well executed repair to one front leg and in a mellow refinish.