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Circa 1900, unusual walnut Wellington chest/canteen of cutlery by Whytock & Reid of Edinburgh. The top has a small ledge at the back and below this are 9 various graduating drawers with a locking arm on either side. The drawers have cast brass axe head handles in the centre and are fitted inside for cutlery, and most of the EPNS set is still present. Below the bottom drawer is a small moulding and a shaped curved apron, and all stands on typical Whytock & Reid pad feet. The piece could be converted to an ordinary Wellington chest.
Antiques.co.uk Ref: KFCNQ9YR
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