Petite Three Drawer Chest

c. 1850
$2,280 USD SOLD
W: 20.0" D: 19.0" H: 23.0"
Northern Elmwood
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This tapered three-drawer chest from the mid-19th century likely originated as a maker's stool, used as both a seat and a tool chest. Stools of this kind were frequently used by traveling barbers and carried from place to place for roadside haircuts. Today, the provincial cabinet is ideal as a side table or night stand, showcasing the rich coloring and expressive grain of northern elm (yumu).

Additional Dimensions:
Top Drawer: 12.5"W x 9"D x 3"H
Middle Drawer: 13.5"W x 11.5"D x 3.5"H
Bottom Drawer: 14.5"W x 13"D x 3.5"H

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