A circa 1800 demi-lune sideboard table in the Colonial Williamsburg collection was the inspiration for the Fitzhugh flatware chest. The chest is crafted with rosewood veneers and a high-gloss mahogany finish. A kylix-shaped urn adorns the lid. The lining is black tarnish-resistant silver cloth.
The chest measures 17 5/8” x 12 1/8” x 7 1/8” and will accommodate up to 150 pieces of flatware, including 24 knives with scimitar style blades.
Created for Colonial Williamsburg by Reed & Barton, one of America's foremost marketers of fine tableware and giftware since 1824.
Please note that this item cannot be shipped internationally.