Antique Furniture/Replacement Key for Hope Chest
I was given a hope chest around 2002 in the State of Washington City of Kent with a cloth top and pillow by Glynda Turley. The Style #2945 24 and Serial #2005108 bought at a Furniture Store however unfortunately I do not have the name. The key was lost and instead of possibly damaging it by taking off the hinges I was hoping to find the manufacturer and maybe get a replacement key. If there is any direction you can send me or any ideas at all I would really appreciate the help. Thank you so much.
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the name of the store is of little help so you are ok there. however, the brand of cedar chest is important to get a key from the manufacturer you would have to know who.
i suggest you find a locksmith that knows their trade, not some young kid, and have them make a key for you. at your home or take it to them either way would probably cost 75-100.
unless you can get the name of the company that made it that is your only option.