Thanks for the head's-up on this piece. It's fairly impressive. I called to see if print copies of the online promotional catalog are for sale and was told no... but you can download it from the site if you want...they are hi-res images.
While reading through the physical description of the lower case drawers of this piece and other bombe chests from the same shop, the following line struck me as odd: "pins and tails on rear dovetails are reversed from the usual orientation."(http://www.clprickett.com/CLP4941pg11.htm
) This "clever solution" reveals the "hand and mind of a very mature craftsperson." The reason given for the reversal is that drawers with splayed sides are subject to being loaded more heavily. Wasn't it infinitely easier for the craftsman to cut tails on a flat piece of stock and pins on the end of a curved drawer side? Especially after dry-assembling the drawer sides to the drawer fronts? Am I missing something here?