When is the last time you saw a fine chest of drawers that was handmade
by an American artisan? No, not the chests made by 20 or 30 workers on an assembly line, but an artist
creating an Oxbow Chest with fronts cut from 4" blocks of solid Mahogany. A Mahogany chest of drawers
with solid, beveled drawer bottoms held with reproduction nails and solid brass pulls fashioned by
the Horton family in New England. You know, a chest of drawers with staggered dovetails and a paneled
back. A chest of drawers to really cherish and hand down to your grandchildren's grandchildren.
Arthur M. Welling has been handcrafting such fine chests since 1979. Find out that a fine chest of drawers
isn't only a storage vessel but truly a work of "Art."