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19th-C. French Paisley Trunk

Maison Maison Antiques

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19th-C. French Paisley Trunk
19th-C. French Paisley Trunk
19th-C. French Paisley Trunk
19th-C. French Paisley Trunk
19th-C. French Paisley Trunk
19th-C. French Paisley Trunk
19th-C. French Paisley Trunk
19th-C. French Paisley Trunk

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Very Good; some wear (see description)
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
wood/metal/wool paisley/cotton batting
Size:
28" L x 17" W x 21" H
Color/Finish:
red/multi
Care:
other; clean with a soft dry cloth

Why We Love This

19th-century French trunk with handmade paisley upholstery on exterior. This piece has lots of character and charm! Use it for an end table or night stand, as a blanket chest, or to hide a treasure. Wear consistent with age and use. Missing interior fabric and tray. Exterior fabric is worn, faded and tattered. Wood lasts and hardware in good condition. Structurally sound. Lock does not work.
As described by Maison Maison Antiques

About Maison Maison Antiques

Suzanne Duin, ASID, and owner of Maison Maison Antiques, is known for her distinct combinations of hand-selected European antiques and clever reinventions of peculiar objects. The fondness she possesses for the craftsmanship of past centuries leads her to recreate and design matchless pieces with sensible, yet rich details. Her love for antiques and their ability to mingle style and history is what inspired her to open Maison Maison in 1997.

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