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Butler Specialty Smithsonian Castle Secretary in Heirloom
Butler Specialty Smithsonian Castle Secretary in Heirloom
Butler Specialty Smithsonian Castle Secretary in Heirloom
Butler Specialty Smithsonian Castle Secretary in Heirloom
Butler Specialty Smithsonian Castle Secretary in Heirloom
Butler Specialty Smithsonian Castle Secretary in Heirloom

Butler Specialty Smithsonian Castle Secretary in Heirloom

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Famous for detailed design and product quiality, Butler Specialty is a family-owned company, manufacturing and marketing accent furniture and home décor since 1930. Butler is well known for its diversity of product design, superior and exotic materials, and quality wood products, both traditional and contemporary. A beautiful secretary constructed by skilled cabinetmakers, this piece is adapted from a Fall Front Desk, found in the Smithsonian’s Castle Collection. Its clean lines provide a simple elegance, reflecting the details and design of the early 1800’s, including multiple compartments. The dark stained wood and handcrafted details reflected the tastes of the growing upper, middle class of that era.


Features:

  • Finish: Heirloom (Medium Brown)
  • Material: Poplar solids, MDF, Cherry Veneer
  • Style: Traditional
  • Shape: Rectangular
  • Distressed Finish

Specifications:

  • Overall Product Dimensions: 54.5" H x 34" W x 19.5" D
  • Product Weight: 183 lbs

SKU: 9400347
Assembly: Pre-Assembled
Supplier Intended Use: Residential Use Only; Not Intended for Non-Residential Use.
Details:
Accent Chest
Contessa 54.5"H x 34"W x 19.5"D
Heirloom 54.5"H x 34"W x 19.5"D
Collection: Smithsonian
Brand Logo Butler Specialty - Smithsonian Since 1930, Butler Specialty Company has furnished America's homes with fine lines of occasional and accent furniture. Founded by two men during one of the bleakest eras in our nation's history, the Great Depression, Butler not only survived but thrived because of its commitment to producing quality furniture and staying in touch with home fashion trends.