American Journey Field Series Table Easel

Item ID
AJ3
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 03 if ordered in the next 10 hours and 52 minutes!

Quick Overview

Hand-crafted, featuring a fine furniture finish, the American Journey Field Series Table Easel will make a fine addition to any artist's studio. Durable, stylish, sophisticated and better designed than most!
$99.99
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List Price $166.65

The American Journey Field Series Easel combines a sketch box, easel and canvas carrier. Featuring a beautiful fine furniture look and finish, these easels are durable, stylish, sophisticated and better designed than most! This artist easel offers a weather-resistant metal-lined box for your supplies. The mast fits flush with the lid, preventing wobble. A tough leather handle and nickel-plated hardware finish out this beautifully stained American Ash wood easel.

Finished paintings can be carried on the outside of the folded easel.

More Information
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Brand American Journey
Series Field Series
Length 16-1/2"
Width 14-1/2"
Depth 4-1/2"
Folded Dimensions 16-1/4" x 14-1/2" x 4-3/4"
Minimum Canvas Height 13"
Maximum Canvas Height 34"
Weight 8 lb.
Material Wood
No. AJTABLE

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