SOLD ITEM 5300 - Early American Butternut lift top blanket chest c1800

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Early American country butternut lift top blanket chest with drawer c1800. This blanket chest was made from solid single wide butternut boards. Butternut is a wood that was used mainly in New Hampshire. The bracket base front legs have lovely fine cut dovetails. We believe that there is a strong possibility that this blanket chest could have been made by the Canterbury or Enfield Shakers. Measures 43 inches wide at the case, 44 and one half inches at the base, 17 and one half inches deep at the case and 18 and one half inches at the base and 25 and three quarter inches high.
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