circa: 2000 width: 29 height: 32 length: 15 This exceptional satinwood caddie chest is bench-made in England in a traditional Georgian style. From the materials used to the production process, its quality is exceptional. The satinwood, for instance, displays a rich grain and lustrous complexion that could only be produced by the hand-rubbed finish that makes this chest such a beautiful piece of antique style furniture. String inlays and solid brass Georgian-style hardware complement the satinwood beautifully, while the shaped apron and splayed feet also look quite lovely. Perhaps the most striking aspect of this chest, however, is its square shape--the top, having no moulding or lip, conforms seamlessly with the sides in the Georgian caddie style that gives this chest its name.Not only is this chest a beautiful work of craftsmanship, but it also provides plenty of storage space with a total of four drawers, each of which features dovetailed drawer joints. Many people take advantage of this feature, combined with its small size, to use it at the bedside or as a useful replacement for an end or hall table. In any case, this caddie chest is certainly a fine example of Georgian style furniture and would make a fine addition to any home!