My Cart
Your cart is currently empty. Sign in to see items you might have added previously.
A-America Amish Highlands 7 Drawer Mule Chest
$2,300.00
FREE SHIPPING
Arrives by Dec 28 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Available as chest or chest with optional mirror configuration
  • Solid American hickory construction
  • Natural finish highlights woodgrain
  • 7 drawers and 2 cabinets
  • Hidden side drawer in top compartment
Specifications
Dimensions
59.5W x 11.75D x 50.5H in. (Mirror)
43.75W x 19.75D x 60H in. (Chest)
Weight
217.4 lbs. (Chest)
151.8 lbs. (Mirror)
Material
Wood
Delivery

The Amish Highlands Collection

Product Overview

Overview
  • Available as chest or chest with optional mirror configuration
  • Solid American hickory construction
  • Natural finish highlights woodgrain
  • 7 drawers and 2 cabinets
  • Hidden side drawer in top compartment
  • Felt lining in top drawers
  • English dovetail drawer joinery
  • Full-extension metal ball bearing drawer glides
  • Optional mirror with hickory frame
  • Part of the Amish Highlands Collection
What's Included
Dresser, Mirror (optional)
Description

The A-America Amish Highlands 7 Drawer Mule Chest is crafted of solid American hickory, a remarkably resilient wood that resists surface damage. And you’ll love how the natural finish highlights the natural grain of the wood, not to mention its range of beautiful tones, from blonde to dark brown. The result is a warm, welcoming style that isn’t just like an heirloom – it is one.


Plus, ample drawer storage abounds, including seven drawers with English dovetail joinery and full-extension metal ball bearing glides. Antique bronze hardware adds a vintage appeal, while two cabinets and a secret storage drawer in the top compartment add even more space for your essentials. Top drawers are lined in felt to help protect delicate items, and for the complete look, add the optional mirror to your order. Part of the Amish Highlands collection from A-America.


Dimensions:
  • Chest: 43.75W x 19.75D x 60H in.
  • Optional mirror: 59.5W x 11.75D x 50.5H in.

About A-America

At A-America, Inc., it's all about the wood. A pioneer in the furniture industry, A-America, Inc. delivers solid quality and solid value in solid wood. This company was founded by brothers Fred and John Rohrbach in 1973 as Asia-America Co. They quickly expanded from importing ceramics to antique reproductions and nostalgic oak furniture. A-America, Inc. established itself as a leading provider of high-quality imported furniture. Buying furniture from A-America is making a responsible decision to help maintain a healthier planet. They use solid hardwoods and time-honored craftsmanship to build premium-quality furniture. A-America uses American hardwoods like alder, ash, oak, cherry, and hickory, which reproduce quickly. Currently nearly twice as much American hardwood grows each year than is harvested. The Asian hardwoods A-America uses include mahogany and New Zealand pine. These are plantation-grown, legally harvested, plus certified and controlled under the Lacey Act Standards.

At A-America, Inc., it's all about the wood. A pioneer in the furniture industry, A-America, Inc. delivers solid quality and solid value in solid wood. This company was founded by brothers Fred and John Rohrbach in 1973 as Asia-America Co. They quickly expanded from importing ceramics to antique reproductions and nostalgic oak furniture. A-America, Inc. established itself as a leading provider of high-quality imported furniture. Buying furniture from A-America is making a responsible decision to help maintain a healthier planet. They use solid hardwoods and time-honored craftsmanship to build premium-quality furniture. A-America uses American hardwoods like alder, ash, oak, cherry, and hickory, which reproduce quickly. Currently nearly twice as much American hardwood grows each year than is harvested. The Asian hardwoods A-America uses include mahogany and New Zealand pine. These are plantation-grown, legally harvested, plus certified and controlled under the Lacey Act Standards.

Reviews