Drawing its name from a famous pen and ink created in 1710, by an anonymous artist from the School of Rembrandt depicting the interior of a home with a linen press, this press dates back to 1760. The press sits on a three drawer cabinet, convenient for storing freshly pressed items. Mid-size presses like this one were valuable and occupied prominent rooms in the homes of wealthy owners. They were used to press small garments, table napkins, aprons, and other small linens. The additional pressing boards in this press allowed for pressing multiple items at the same time.
Material: Wood, Metal
Dimensions: W 27.5" x D 17" x H 70.5"
Item #: AC-91