Rue Henri Wafelaerts 41 Brussels 1060 , Belgium Call Seller 025378204


Campaign Chest In Camphor Wood From The 19th Century

$ 2,200
  • Description
    Superb campaign chest in camphor wood from the 19th century English. Indeed this type of chest called "campaign furniture" or marine furniture was made during the 19th century in England for the English army. It has a inscription on top from a previous owner. What is unusual

    The chest is made of camphor wood. It is an unusual wood that has amazing characteristics. First of all, it has a superb flame. The camphor tree is also known for its smell inside the chests which is in the taste of mint. Finally, the camphor tree is never attacked by beasts.

    very good quality chest with superb brasses and with its original base which is unusual
    two side handles

    in superb condition and very beautiful patina

    The chest can also be used as a coffee table with a height of 53cm. We can also remove the legs if needed.

    Delivery in Belgium, USA and internationally.
    Visible in our showroom located at 41 Rue Henri Wafelaerts, 1060 Brussels, Belgium.
    More information and photos on request.
  • More Information
    Origin: England
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: camphor
    Condition: Good.
    Styles / Movements: Campaign, Traditional
    Incollect Reference #: 524181
  • Dimensions
    W. 40.16 in; H. 20.87 in; D. 20.47 in;
    W. 102 cm; H. 53 cm; D. 52 cm;
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