chest of drawers


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Found only in houses whose owners were men of affairs, the chest of drawers was usually found in the cuarto mayor or master bedroom and, thus, served as the repository of important deeds or documents,' Tinio said.
A police spokesman said: "A chest of drawers fell off the back of a flat-bed transit type vehicle on the A55 between Pentre Halkyn and Holywell at 6.
com | Terracotta teal jug, PS15, House of Fraser | An oak chest of drawers is perfect for adding rustic charm to a bedroom.
The customers can also take a look at the excellent collection of remarkably cheap chest of drawers available in all popular hardwoods such as Camden Pine & Ash, Sherwood Oak and Cube Sheesham.
The product is masterfully crafted to complement the bedroom and has a matching chest of drawers to give a modern and contemporary look with a twist of French design flare.
A PENSIONER spent her entire Christmas camped outside a furniture shop so she could buy a chest of drawers for just pounds 10 when it opened for the sales.
A George III mahogany chest of drawers, with two short and three graduated long drawers, stamped brass swan neck handles and bracket feet would be worth at auction pounds 5/pounds 650.
Historians believe the chest of drawers was supplied to Sir John Hussey Delaval, of Northumberland, by Henry Hill of Marlborough, in 1775.
Word History: A chest of drawers and an office, which are two of the meanings of the word bureau, do not seem to have much of a connection.
For Christmas I'd get a chest of drawers or a miniature chair.
But Mr Crozier claims the police even looked in a CHEST OF DRAWERS during their search for the suspect.
One body is cut up as if it were a chest of drawers, some of which are pulled open.
In both two and three dimensions, he could transform the human body, whether the Venus de Milo or a heroic academic nude, into a chest of drawers with nipples for knobs--a kind of humanoid carpentry also explored by Picasso, not to mention Goya, in one of his most famous Caprichos, which depicts foolish women wedded to chairs placed upside down on their heads.
Sutliff's pieces in the Cedar Centre exhibit include a chest of drawers, jewelry boxes and the carved head of a jester.