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Dimensions: 39.25"w x 18.5"d x 34"h
  • Great storage
  • Handmade
  • Sturdy and versatile


This substantial four-drawer, mango wood chest is crafted in the style of 17th-century Dutchbowfront commodes. It is called a “bowfront” or “arbalet” chest of drawers because of the bow-shaped curve of the front of the chest. Extremely sturdy and stately, this piece of furniture will last you generations to come. Not only a lovely storage solution, it is versatile enough to work in any room of your home. Each mango wood bowfront chest is handcrafted and painted black.



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Classic timeless investment that we will never tire of!

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So love this chest of drawers! It is so timeless and classic and I know I will love it for years and years to come. Delivery was extremely fast and quality of piece is very good.

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Lovely to look at impractical to own

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The reason that this piece will last you for years to come is because once you open the drawers theyre next to impossible to close. Ive tried soaping the top rails of the drawers Ive tried everything except for complete demolition and rebuild. Unless you are just anxious to add one more aggravating thing to your life my suggestion would be to stay away from this piece. It is not money well spent.

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