A remarkably clean early 18th century chest of Drawers in very good original condition, retaining original handles and locks.
Wonderful rich warm colour. Feet replaced.
Interesting early 18th century Oak chest of Drawers of relatively small proportions with canted fluted corners, Burr Elm banding and sycamore stringing.
The top is inlaid with a sun burst in Sycamore and bog Oak.
It is rare to see such a chest with original inlay in the top.
The linings of the piece are original and in pine. Handles later in keeping with the period.
A Rare 18th century Oak chest of drawers of pleasing small proportions and excellent colour. In completely original condition, retaining the original handles and remarkably the original feet. An interesting feature of the chest is the mold on the top runs along the back edge which is most unusual. The fact that the chest is narrow back to front makes it good to fit into a small room.
Price 2,000 Sold
Dimensions 29″ wide
A fine 17th century highly figured walnut and yew wood banded chest of drawers with half round beading in fruit wood. The top is set out with a geometric pattern typical of the better quality pieces of this early period. The chest is a lovely rich warm colour and retains all its original guided brass drop handles. A rare chest in very original condition.
Price £6500 SOLD
Exceptionally rare 17th century oak miniature chest of draws of superb colour and patina. handles replaced some time ago are correct for the period and have developed a lovely patina that flows with the piece. The chest has been constructed from reclaimed timber when it was made in around 1690, probably from beams of a ship or large house.
The piece has defiantly not been altered in size or in any other way. with only minor repairs to front mouldings and one draw bottom board replaced.
12″ and three quarters deep
Price £4800 SOLD