Note also how the shape of both the top and the feet conform to the graceful lines of the facade. Although experts attribute similar chests to the craftsmanship of Jonathan Gostelowe, research now reveals that a number of cabinetmakers produced this elegant form. Family tradition suggests the original Blackwell Serpentine Chest descended through the Stryker and Blackwell families of Germantown, Pennsylvania, but the identity of the piece's maker remains a mystery.Condition Report: Scuffs, scratches and wear as expected with usage, small areas of damage to fretwork on canted corners. Overall a very nice piece. Measurements: 33" H X 46" W X 23.5 D. Items are pre-owned and will show the usual signs of scuffs, scratches, wear and use. Upholstered items may have wear, tears and stains associated with usage. Please do not hesitate to message for additional photos, details or dimensions. All information displayed is represented to the best of our knowledge, and can be judgmental or subjective. All dimensions and/or measurements are approximate and can vary. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Dressers & Chests of Drawers". The seller is "grimdog" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.