Dr. White’s Chest
$11,500.00 - $13,800.00
Named for the customer who first commissioned it over thirty years ago, Dr. White’s Chest has been built for many homes since. A combination of dovetail, miter, rabbet, lap and butt joints – crafted in sustainably harvested cherry or walnut – makes this the most demanding single piece of cabinetry we offer.
71″H x 21″W x 42″L
Wood: Cherry, Walnut
Designed by Tom Moser
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Made to Order
Our expert craftsman here in Maine are waiting to create a piece just for you.
Our furniture is made to order. Due to high demand, lead times may vary. A 50% deposit is required to initiate your online order. The balance will be due prior to shipment.
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Shaker-inspired, exceedingly utilitarian, one secret.
Framed by four integral legs that ascend to its broad top of matched-grain hardwood, the Dr. White’s Chest offers a sense of solidity and stability. The chest’s Shaker-inspired design is exceedingly utilitarian, with drawers that slide with ease on handmade slides for a lifetime of use, without any mechanical assistance. The construction maximizes available storage space, each housing nests within the hand-finished frame.
The Dr. White’s Chest also integrates a pair of cupboard doors that conceal adjustable shelves, and a much-lauded secret compartment designed to contain and protect valuables.
It’s All In the Details
Despite its simple, linear structure, the chest incorporates a veritable history of fine joinery. Employing five distinctive joints, the time required to craft the Dr. White’s Chest is rewarded with a work of historical art.
The approximate amount of cherry we use for building each year.
Sourced in North America from sustainable growing partners.
Our craftsmen's collective woodworking experience.
St. Paul's School
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Thos. Moser designs and makes furniture for hospitality, corporate and educational environments with a dedication to skill and precision in craft and to form and function in design.