A superb mid 18th Century Welsh Oak dresser of fabulous colour & patina, in good original condition, only the two middle shelves to the interior of the doors are replaced. The handles are not original but are fitted neatly through the same holes, the door hinges are original. Having a solid and well shaped rack with wonderful thick Oak back boards and shaped carved fielded panels to the doors. The drawer linings are made in Elm and Fruitwood. Circa 1760
Height = 199 cm (78.3″)
Width = 168 cm (66.1″)
Depth = 52 cm (20.5″)
A very good early 18th Century Oak Dresser Base of the most delicious rich warm colour and patina. The top drawers with fruit wood banding, the fielded panelled doors flanked with additional applied slender panels with nicely shaped lip mould edges matching that of the drawer fronts. The bottom drawer is a dummy, allowing more cupboard space. The top with inverted corners, all boards and feet are original and the ends are also panelled. The original drawer linings are made in Oak.
Height = 36 cm (14.2″)
Width = 186 cm (73.2″)
Depth = 48 cm (18.9″)
A fine mid 18th Century Oak Dresser of architectural design, in outstanding original condition having original handles, locks and quite remarkably the feet too. Fitted with fluted pilasters, shaped and fielded panel doors having a bank of drawers to the centre with spice drawers and plate rack above. Superb colour throughout with good clean linings and interior, with all the original boards.
The plates are for display only and are not included in the sale of this Dresser.
Height = 204 cm (80.3″)
Width = 174 cm (68.5″)
Depth = 59 cm (23.2″)
Early 18th Century Oak Dresser of outstanding rich warm colour and patina. This is an honest early Dresser that has had various small repairs over the years, the handles and drawer bottoms are replaced, the knobs to the spice drawers are original.
Price £6,500 SOLD
A Wonderful 17th Century Oak Century Dresser with carved front and brackets, of superb rich warm colour.
A rare feature on this Dresser is the drawer fronts, instead of the molding being applied as is usually the case they are carved from the solid wood of the drawer front. It is also unusual to see the stiles in between the drawers carved as they are here.
A fine example of an early Dresser in good original condition with a good top, the pegs are untouched.
For similar examples see Victor Chinnerys Book- Oak Furniture
Price £7,800 SOLD
A rare early 18th century welsh oak dresser of very small proportions, lovely metal like patina and rich warm colour . This is a country piece of furniture of remarkably solid construction, tenon jointed throughout even the heavy pit sawn back boards. I can honestly say we’ve never seen anything like it.