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19th Century Chinese Red Lacquered Chest of Drawers


A 19th century Chinese red lacquered coffer with fifteen drawers, four with carved bats, and brass hardware. Pagoda Red Collection #: CAI004 Keywords: Sideboard, buffet, server, credenza, chest of drawers, commode, apothecary, dresser


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    H 33.5 in. x W 65.5 in. x D 19.75 in.

    H 85.09 cm x W 166.37 cm x D 50.17 cm

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    Chicago, IL
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