jaxenro Posted April 27, 2016 Share Posted April 27, 2016 This is what I am working up to with my campaign furniture a variation on this piece. The two side pieces are packing crates for the chest in the center. The top rail detaches, the chest splits in two, and the feet unscrew. Then the two center chest pieces fit in the two packing crates. The chest itself was usually made from mahogany, walnut, or teak, with brass hardware, and the packing crate/linen presses from black painted pine with iron trim. The doors on the linen press are mahogany which would be covered in transit by another iron reinforced board bolted. That board itself could be converted, using screw in legs, into a desk or table Here is the overall piece and broken down Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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