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Circa 1880s Victorian dresser. Made from walnut with two glovebox drawers over three larger lower drawers. Features ovular shaped drawer trim, leaf carved pulls and serpentine cut lower apron. The drawers are constructed using the Knapp Joint. The Knapp joint was developed during the late Victoria Era in post-Civil War United States. It was patented by Charles Knapp of Waterloo, WI in 1867. The Knapp Joint is particularly unique to furniture as it was only used from 1870 until 1900.
Good overall, gently used, see pictures.
17"d x 40.5"w x 38"h, surface 35"h