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Painted Chicken Coop Dresser
Ireland. Circa 19th century.
This dresser gets its name from the open storage racks down below. If you wanted fresh chicken (or even rabbit) for dinner, but didn’t wish to take the long walk out to the coop in the evening, you’d bring in an old hen with the morning eggs and keep her in lower section until it was “her time.” Today, the poultry prison can be repurposed to store bowls and small cookware, and a rotisserie chicken can be bought on the way home from work.
60" x 23.5" x 83.5"
Antique welsh dresser, Ireland, VE 4109