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Schoharie blanket chest


Schoharie blanket chest with the original hand-painted decoration. The chest is decorated with a basket of colorful flowers, along with a border decorated in bright yellow. The style is typical of the folk art chests originating in Schoharie and Albany counties of New York State, when a group of German settlers made their way there. Examples can be found in the Albany Institute, in Antiques Magazine, and in a book on this subject by Mary Antoine de Julio. The chest has a good old patina with minor restoration to the back feet. Ca. 1815. Dimensions: 43" wide by 20" high by 17" deep.

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