Learn about Mule Chest

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.
21 item(s) found:

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Georgian oak mule chest, with brass mounts, height 87 cm width 128 cm depth 55 cm

George III oak mule chest hinged lid, three raised and fielded front panels within fluted uprights, three drawer below on bracket feet

Antique English oak 18th century mule chest, circa 1760's, approx 166 cm high, 56 cm wide

A George III oak mule chest, English, 18th century, 84 cm high, 142 cm wide, 54 cm deep

Antique English Georgian oak mule chest, approx 76 cm high, 114 cm wide, 50 cm deep

Impressive antique Georgian inlaid mahogany mule chest/side board

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 George III oak and mahogany cross banded mule chest, English, 18th century, 91 cm high, 145 cm wide, 57 cm deep

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

Regency pine mule chest c. 1830, with two lower drawers lift up lid, strap iron hinges key lock, on bracket feet. Height 67 cm. Width 110 cm. Depth 47 cm

Colonial cedar mule chest c. 19th with a hinged lid revealing a candle box above a frieze drawer and on turned feet. Width 75 cm

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.

George III Oak mule chest hinged top, inlaid frieze, three faux drawers and five drawers below with half-round fluted uprights on ogee bracket feet

A George III oak mule chest, the hinged top above four fielded panels and two drawers on ogee bracket feet, 141 cm wide, 55 cm deep, 89 cm in diameter

A good Georgian oak and mahogany cross-banded mule chest English, 140 x 58 cm

A late 18th century oak mule chest with plank hinged top, the front with sham drawer fronts on bracket feet

English late 17th century oak pinned mule chest with plank top three panel front with drawers below on block feet

A George III oak mule chest, the rectangular hinged top opening to reveal a storage cavity with a panelled front, above two short drawers on block feet. Width 138 cm. Depth 53 cm. Height 78 cm