Vintage Dresser With Hutch Ethan Allen Early American Solid Maple And Birch Wood

This is a beautiful painted, distressed 3 Drawer Chest with Hutch, dated from the late 1940s to the early 1950s. It is a well constructed, Solid Maple and Birch Wooden piece made by Ethan Allen in the Early American Style.

The drawers were manufactured or made to look as though there are 7 drawers, but in actual fact, there are 3 drawers. The top drawer is one shallow drawer with a narrow divider on the right inside. The second is a deeper drawer with three dividers on the inside for socks and underwear. The third drawer is also a deep drawer with no dividers on the inside. (Please refer to the pictures above to get a better idea of what the drawers look like on the inside).

It has recently been hand painted with Tavern Green Milk Paint and Graphite Chalk Paint of the top and behind the selves. Distressed to give it the old fashioned used patina and then waxed with clear wax to seal and protect it.

This piece can be used anywhere around the home, but our suggestion here is for a children's room. Maybe it can also be used in a baby's room as a changing station.

Overall: 79"Hx40"Wx18D
Chest: 30"Hx40"Wx18"D
Hutch: 48"Hx40"Wx8.5"D

Please Note:
Decorations Not Included.

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