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Material: Cherry Wood, Hard Maple & Aromatic cedar
Dimensions: 54 ¾” H x 31″ W x 19″ D
This seven drawer chest is constructed of solid wood using web-frame drawer supports that allow for movement of the solid wood sides. The front and back drawer dividers are glued into the carcass sides using exposed sliding dovetails. Drawer runners are attached to the carcass sides using dado joints then connected to the front and back of the drawer dividers using mortise and tenon joints. Aromatic cedar dust shields in the panels between the drawers offer a lovely useful scent. The drawers have through dovetails in the back and half-blind dovetails in the front. The back is made using the frame-and-panel method. The finish is a durable tung oil, linseed oil and urethane wipe-on mixture on the front, top and sides. The inside of the case and the back is finished with shellac.
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Really great. The figure on the drawer fronts is beautiful. I hope whoever owns it appreciates how special it is.
Very nice. Well done.
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