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The Umpqua


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List: $174.99
Price: $170.99
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Item Number: AE-2800
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    The  Umpqua

  • Built to last, our traditional "H" frame design blends comfort with structured integrity.
  • Manufactured from high quality natural fir in the USA.
  • Fully assembled stands 75" tall with an base of 25" wide and 30" deep.
  • This easel will hold a canvas up to 70".
  • Equipped with adjustable canvas grippers, easy turn knobs, non-skid rubber feet and brush tray.
  • Will fold flat for storage.
  • Assembly required. 
  • Locking caster option available

    **If you have any questions about this product or need to ensure an arrival date please email 4info@americaneasel.com or call 1-877-765-9549.

Weight 21 lbs ~carton size 60" x 23" x 3" 

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Poor quality and near impossible assembly
Kate Gerwig (Maine) 11/5/2018 5:32 AM
Maybe for this price I should've expected low quality. This easel is not rugged enough to really use. It could work for display only, but actually painting at this easel would surely break it within a year! Many of the pieces are made of very thin wood. The pre-drilled holes are placed so poorly that they do not line up and in places actually split the wood. As far as I can tell, there is actually a hole missing! There is no hole for attaching the bottom gripper! The directions are so incredibly vague and there is only one picture, which is of the fully assembled easel. So there are no other perspectives, or close-ups, or step-by-step pictures. Very dissappointing!
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Nice, but better instructions please
Anne (phila) 6/30/2012 5:42 PM
The easel is nice for the price and I like its size....but we found putting it together more difficult difficult because there were very little in the way virtual institutions...artists are visual people after all... Nothing to show how the back should look and that would have been helpful. Thankfully we found a picture on line and that helped us figure it out
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