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American Cherry

American Cherry

American Cherry

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In the early 1900s, Dayton, Ohio, was a hotbed of inventors and entrepreneurs. While Wilbur and Orville Wright were inventing, building and flying the world’s first successful motor-operated airplane, Harry Gerstner was developing his first tool chests and founding H. Gerstner & Sons. The entrepreneurs’ lives intersected when Orville Wright carried his own Gerstner 41A chest filled with many of his favorite tools.

Orville Wright’s Gerstner 41A chest is now displayed in a museum—but with the historically inspired 1805 Orville Chest, you’ll get museum-like craftsmanship along with functionality and portability. The 1805 Orville Chest stays true to style and maintains the original purpose of the piece.

Overall Dimensions 18" Wide x 12-1/2" Tall x 8-1/2" Deep
Top Compartment 16-7/8" Wide x 2-7/8" Tall x 7-1/4" Deep
Drawer Dimensions (ID) (1) 7-1/2" Wide x 2-7/8" Tall x 5-1/4" Deep | (2) 7-1/2" Wide x 1-1/4" Tall x 5-1/4" Deep | (2) 16-1/2" Wide x 1-1/4" Tall x 5-1/4" Deep
Product Weight 22 lbs.

1805 Orville Chest

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