108 Fulham Road, Chelsea London SW3 6HS England 4402072251414
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$ 5,400

Early-1900s back-painted dowry chest from Inida's Rajasthan or Gujarat region

Period 1900-1919
Creation Date 1900's
Description A beautifully decorated and intricately carved hardwood bride's dowry chest or damchiya. The front corners are carved with primitive horse head finials. The front decorated with four rows of six square back painted panels of flowers and faces. A hinged door with catch gives access to the spacious cabinet, above this is another hinged storage area and at the top to the left is a secret sliding panel enclosing a cupboard space. These cabinets were used as Hope Chests to store a bride's dowry and after the wedding used for storing clothing and other valuables. Great storage for the home.
Styles / Movements Art Nouveau, Modern
Dealer Reference Number FC1147
Incollect Reference Number 395179
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