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Early 20th century dresser made from locally found driftwood and specially adapted to fit into the living room at Arnol Blackhouse, Lewis. Used for storing crockery and domestic utensils. The upper part of the dresser consists of three shelves with two rails designed to hold plates. Above the top shelf is a cover set at an angle matching the roof above. The lower part of the dresser has two drawers and two doors giving access to lower storage compartment.

Details

Date Made
Early 20th century
Dimensions
h 1920mm (h 6' 3 9/16")
Time Period
Modern
Property Information
Arnol No 42 Blackhouse
Object Number
ARN024
Access Status
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