William & Mary period chest on stand

William & Mary period chest on stand
Circa 1700
A rare floral marquetry olive wood oyster veneered chest on stand in the manner of Thomas Pistor who often used stained green ivory as decoration on ebony ground veneer.

The lower section comprises of a long single drawer above short sugar barley twist legs. The stretcher base and bun feet are of a later date.

Thomas Pistor Senior was a London cabinet maker. He was recorded being in Moorfields in 1678. By 1693 his workshop moved to Bell Court.
Provenance; Bratton House, Westbury, Wiltshire.

Good, consistent with age

40.16 inches
48.82 inches
24.02 inches
United Kingdom
Olive wood oyster veneer
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