A hinged and lidded trunk or chest, with two and three drawers in the base, thus combining the features of both. They were made in England from the late 16th century to the early 19th century, mainly in oak.
A large 18th century English oak mule chest, the front with four deep pointed arched panels, the base with three drawers, shaped apron and raised on stile feet, pegged joints, brass handle and key escutcheon. 143 x 50 x 104 cm
A Georgian oak mule chest, the hinged top with a broad thumb moulded edge, the fascia with brass keyhole escutcheon above three fielded panels and two drawers in the apron, each with moulded fascias and brass bale handles, raised on low stile feet. The dra
A good Georgian oak mule chest, the upper section with a hinged lid above a fascia of three fielded panels, the centre one inlaid with initials and dated 1749, flanked by canted corners finished as pilasters, raised above three deep drawers with brass plat
A George III oak mule chest with hinged lid above the diamond carved panelled front with two doors, panelled sides, two drawers to the base, raised on short square section legs. 1250 x 54.5 x 89.5 cm See inside back cover.
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