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ANTIQUE COUNTRY PINE COMMODE CHEST


Rating: 7
Comments. Made of solid pine this commode measures 29 ˝” high, 29” wide, 17 and” deep and is circa 1800s. It has routed edges, turned embellishments and square head nails were used in its construction. There is a 12” high area behind the panel door, a 4” deep drawer and up to a 12” deep area on its stepped interior under the top. The original” cottage paint” has wear, small missing spots and scratches/scrapes as seen in our photo. This item is in sturdy shape having normal use wear, wood wear, small, shallow wood dents, soiling/stains, a crack in one side panel and a slight upward lift on the top all as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and you’ll have a nice piece to help decorate your boudoir.


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