Figure 1 Chest-on-chest-on-frame attributed to Elisha DeWolf Jr. (1772–1855), inscribed for “L.[ucy] D.[eWolf] Allis,” Conway or Ashfield, Massachusetts, ca. 1800. Cherry with white pine. H. 85", W. 40", D. 22 1/2". (Courtesy, Historic Deerfield, Inc.; photo, Amanda Merullo.) The style of furniture made in New York during the last quarter of the eighteenth century was fashionable in the Connecticut River Valley, where this cabinetmaker reoriented the concept of a gadrooned base molding to serve as a mid-molding between the two cases.