Does this require assembly?
I haven't received the trunk yet, (just ordered) but I'm totally impressed at how all this is done. The speed with when it's been shipped, the ease of checking evrything and tracking orders is a breeze. This is a first class outfit....
Cambridge Medium Wood Trunk and Wooden Treasure Chest
- Wood finish: Antique dark red
- Materials: White cedar wood with antique hardware
- Indoor use
- Care instructions: Use soft cloth to wipe clean
- Trunk weight: Approximately 16 pounds
- Dimensions: 14.5 inches high x 24.5 inches wide x 14.5 inches deep
|Dimensions||Medium trunk dimensions: 24.5|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Distributor|
|Materials||White cedar wood with faux leather|
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poor quality for the priceRead More
Trunk was much smaller than imagined. Does not seem to be a solid wood. Bottom of chest was discoloed with blotches. Very small!Read More
I haven't received the trunk yet, (just ordered) but I'm totally impressed at how all this is done. The speed with when it's been shipped, the ease of checking evrything and tracking orders is a breeze. This is a first class outfit.Read More
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Hello skaz0046, this lovely item does not require assembly. Thank you for shopping with us.
Is the dimension height from the bottom of the trunk to the roof of the lid?
Hello jbreed81, the dimension is from the bottom to the roof of lid. Thanks for shopping with us. J.E
can I lock this
The item description does not state so, but you may alter it in any way you would like.
what are the inside dimensions?
25"Long x 13"Wide x 10"Deep
Can this be locked?
No, the chest cannot be locked. It comes with a latch.
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