Best Sitha's Taboret and Easel

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JR880019
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The Best Sitha's Taboret and Easel is ideal for pastel, oil and watermedia. Keep your art supplies organized in one compact unit.
$1,031.00
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The Best Sitha's Taboret and Easel is ideal for pastel, oil and watermedia. Keep your art supplies organized in one compact unit.

Sitha's Taboret and Easel features an attached fold-out easel handles canvases up to 44" in height and can be adjusted to all sorts of positions, including a forward tilt. Two easily opened drawers rest on smooth, full extension, metal bearing sliders. The top drawer contains a 1/4" thick, 18" square palette with a melamine surface and a fold-out holder for a brush washer (included). A second drawer, with a peg locking device for optional use as bottom canvas holder, can hold canvases up to 54" in height. A third drawer is deep enough for storage of canvas trays from easel when unit is in closed position. Mounted on front locking rubber casters.

Handcrafted from solid oak and oak plywood, sanded, then hand rubbed with oil. Some assembly required.

More Information
Brand Best
Width 24"
Height 37-1/2"
Depth 25"
Closed Dimensions 37-1/2" x 24" x 25"
Maximum Canvas Height 54"
Minimum Width 24"
Maximum Width 48"
Weight 112 lbs.
Material Wood
No. 880019

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