Here is a joined and carved oak chest, with pine lid and bottom boards. This one is based on a group of period examples I have been studying since the early 1990s. The originals were made by William Savell and his sons John & William in Braintree, Massachusetts, c. 1640-1700. This group is a long-time favorite of mine; I make chests and boxes based on them continually.
H: 27″ W: 52 1/2″ D: 22″
Here is another chest I made, based on examples of another favorite; the carved works of Ipswich, Massachusetts joiner Thomas Dennis.
H: 32″ W: 49″ D: 21″
Prices for wainscot chests start at $5,000. Additional options include a drawer/drawers below, oak lid instead of pine, etc.