Carpenters Tool Cabinet
American, circa 1900 handcrafted tool cabinet of a master wood worker. Exceptionally rare, we know of a similar tool chest (the Studley Toolchest) housed at the Smithsonian Museum. This cabinet may have been crafted between 1890-1900 in the Northeast (Maine, Vermont or New Hampshire) as an example of his skill and design capability . The cabinet was designed in such a unique manner that each tool must fit in the place designed to accommodate it. It is an unbelievable piece – industrial in nature and built in the truest folk art spirit of necessity. The chest measures: 53.5 inches wide when open, 26.5 inches when closed by 34.5 inches tall and 11.5 inches deep.
34.5"h x 4'5.5"w x 11.5"d