Reproduction Shaker Bureau. Dyed Curly Maple With Hand Rubbed Finish.

This is a reproduction of a Shaker piece built c. 1830 and attributed to Hancock, Mass cabinet maker Grove Wright. It is built true to form using traditional joinery techniques and is made of curly-maple, cherry, and poplar. It was dyed to resemble maple that has been aging for almost 200 years and is top coated with a durable hand-rubbed water based finish.

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