French Renaissance; Two-tiered cupboard, upper section recessed from the lower section
Victorian cabinet; Enclosed with glass
A cabinet in the wall of a Christian church or in the sacristy which was used to store chalices and other vessels, as well as for the reserved sacrament, the consecrated elements from the Eucharist.
Chest of drawers, with top as writing surface.
Chinese pharmacist's cupboard with many drawers
French Empire commode, two doors enclosing a stack of drawers
Dutch cupboard, two tiered
Front is divided into three shallowly curved vertical sections of equal width, the outer two convex and the center is concave
French Provincial cupboard, storage of bonnets
Chest of several open shelves, first appeared during the Byzantine period
18th century secretary
French filing cabinet
Italian chest, intended as dowry
Cassone with coat of arms of the families united by marriage
Small wooden chest used to store bottles of alcoholic beverage
Closet-like piece of furniture that combines a long space for hanging clothes (that is, a wardrobe or armoire) with a chest of drawers.
Light chest of drawers, piece of furniture differentiated from the sideboard by its smaller size and by the enclosure of the whole of the front by doors. Its name (which comes from the French for a rag-picker) suggests that it was originally intended as a receptacle for odds and ends which had no place elsewhere, but it now usually serves the purpose of a sideboard.
Case furniture with shelves enclosed by glass doors
Etruscan chest, small, circular or oval of wood or bronze
British case furniture for storing clothes
Medieval miniature chest
French chest of drawers on legs
Connecticut Sunflower chest
American Jacobean furniture
A chest made in Connecticut in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, having three front panels of which the center panel has a conventional sunflower design in low relief and the end panels have tulip designs.
British cabinet designed to fit in a corner
Medieval/Renaissance open cupboard
British filing cabinet
Linear wood chest
A predominantly glass cabinet with a metal or wood framework used to display collections of figurines or other objects that share some common theme.
Chinese chest-like box with doors placed atop a high wardrobe for storage of headgear
French corner cupboard
etagere or whatnot
a piece of furniture consisting of a set of open shelves for displaying small objects and sometimes having an enclosed cabinet as a base
American Jacobean chest 4 short legs with 1, 2 or 3 drawers at the bottom
Queen Anne styled chest of drawers Tall and supported by legs
Gothic term for chest or coffer
Chinese Ming dynasty cupboard
Greek chest for storage of linens
German art cabinet
German Renaissance cabinet
American dressing table, or vanity.
Blanket chest, has drawers in its base and a hinged top, beneath which there are either two short drawers or one long one. This form, introduced in England in the 1600, was popular for 100 years in England and colonial America.
nest of drawers
18th Century very small chest of drawers
Chippendale pot cupboard
French Provincial storage for bread
Spanish Renaissance variant of vargueno without a fall-front
18th century French chest of drawers
19th century American cupboard for storage of food
Small case piece intended to house the chamber pot
German Renaissance cupboard
French chest of drawers
British furniture consisting of 1 chest of drawers
Spanish renaissance chest of drawers designed to support the vargueno
a medieval chest decorated with a representation of a tournament
a Welsh cupboard of the late 17th and 18th centuries, with an open, canopied upper section for display
German renaissance cupboard with recessed upper section
18th century French dresser with 5 cupboards side by side
Wooden cabinet of mixed Spanish and Oriental origin, its major component is a chest with a drop front.
Japanese cupboard-like form, open shelves for household shrine and offering of food and drink
Japanese ledger chest used to store a merchant's account books
Japanese chest for barbers
Japanese hardwood cabinet with much iron work
Literally means "ship's chest"
Japanese tiny chest of drawers for sewing materials
Japanese chest of drawers for clothing
Japanese staircase chest
Japanese storage chest for a sword
Japanese chest with 4 wheels
Japanese pharmacist's chest
Japanese chest for the kitchen
Simplest Japanese chest with a hinged lid
Japanese storage chest for masks
Japanese display cabinet
Japanese chest for writing materials
Japanese tobacco box
Japanese storage for money and other valuables
Chinese cupboard on short legs
Chinese narrow chest for heavy, fur-lined garments