Mahogany, tulip, poplar, white cedar, and brass; h. 74.5 cm., w. 87.5 cm., d. 55.0 cm. (29 5/16 x 34 7/16 x 21 5/8 in.) Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ.
Produced in substantial numbers in America beginning about 1730, the lowboy (derived from the French word
bois) was often matched with a highboy, which matched the lowboy design with an additional chest on top.