Campaign Stacking Chest of Drawers

c. 1900
$3,880 USD SOLD
W: 42.25" D: 16.75" H: 45.0"
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This fantastic two-piece chest of drawers dates to the late 19th century and originated as a military campaign chest, designed to follow dimensional requirements set by The British Army General Order of 1871. The cabinet is comprised of two separate pieces that stack to form a five-drawer chest of drawers atop a low base molding. Devoid of ornamentation, the chest relies on the natural beauty of its mahogany construction for its decorative appeal. With clean lines and simple brass hardware, this campaign dresser has a timeless and minimalist design that fits effortlessly into any interior.

Cabinet has multiple repairs to wood damage to drawer edges and top.

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