Best Caitlin Taboret and Easel

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JR880060
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The Best Caitlin Taboret and Easel is useful for any artist whether they work in pastel, water media or oils. Four locking casters allow for easy mobility.
$938.00
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The Best Caitlin Taboret and Easel is useful for any artist whether they work in pastel, water media or oils. The attached easel can be positioned to any angle and varying heights to accommodate a variety of working positions.

The closed base unit measures 30"H x 32"W x 21-1/2"D and features a pull-out work surface measuring 26" x 18", a pull-out drawer for extra storage with interior dimensions of 26-3/4" W x 17-1/2" D x 3-1/2"H, and ample storage space inside the taboret measuring 16"H x 30-1/4"W x 19-3/4"D. Wings are 64" wide when fully extended.

This taboret includes a Deluxe Brush Washer and a stainless steel brush canister for water or other mediums. Four locking casters allow for both stability and easy mobility.

More Information
Brand Best
Series Caitlin
Width 64"
Height 30"
Depth 21-1/2"
Drawer Size 26-3/4" W x 17-1/2" D x 3-1/2H
Maximum Canvas Height 33"
Maximum Height 70"
Base Width 32"
Base Depth 21-1/2"
Weight 138 lbs.
Material Wood
No. 880060

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