This highboy custom built by Andy Rae in beautiful cherry features inverted cathedral grain sides, more than 300 handcut dovetails, and doors at the top masked as drawers.
The Encyclopedia Brittanica defines a highboy as a tall chest of drawers on a legged base. The name itself is derived from a corruption of the French bois (“wood”) and became common in English in the late 1600s.
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