European 15th Century Iron Clad and Bound Dome-Top Treasure Chest

Important valuables chest, overall iron clad over a wood carcass, with reinforcing iron straps, locks, hinges, carrying and pulling handles of dome-top form and on iron wheels.

A very similar example is in “The Gruutshuse Museum”, Bruges, illustrated in P. Eames “Furniture History 1977” Plate 51A

Reference: Fred Roe, “Ancient Church Chests & Chairs, Batsford 1929. P. 14


49” long, 21” deep, 31.5”high

124.5 cm wide, 53.3 cm deep, 80 cm high



Reference Number: F_059


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