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This unique wooden Jewelry Stand was inspired by an eighteenth century Sewing Chest found in the Smithsonian’s Castle Collection. The original was made of papier-mâché using a process patented in 1772 by Henry Clay of Birmingham, England. Today's version offers contemporary storage compartments and a removable tray that reveals a secret compartment! Four entwined legs are carefully hand carved from poplar wood using baroque design.
Butler Specialty Company is THE industry leader in accent furniture. With a vast selection of more than 2,000 items spanning a broad array of product types in styles from traditional to modern, each item is created to be “The Brightest Spot In Your Room.”
Founded in 1930 by Martin Fainman and Harry Bergman, Butler got its start as a manufacturer of clock shelves and radio benches. Over time, its range of novelty accent furniture expanded to include tables, valets, costumers, wall racks, curios and more. Every unique item was crafted to exacting standards giving each a high perceived value and a quality story that became the basis for the brand. That uncompromising attention-to-detail endures today with every product.
Quality alone is not enough… Butler is passionate about design. Driven to produce the “The Brightest Spot In Your Room,” they design every item to introduce freshness and character into your space. No matter the inspiration – be it timeless to cutting-edge – each item is designed to elicit a “Wow, I’ve just got to have that!” response. Providing mutual customers with stunning products that reflect their individual sense of style is what Butler products are all about.
Bottom line: When it comes to accent furniture, nobody does it better – or for longer – than Butler!
*Jewelry Stand only, all other products sold separately. Furniture color in images may differ in person; see local dealer for actual finish. Image may not reflect actual size.
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