19th Century Painted Pine Welsh Dresser

S/N:TSFS589

  • £1,695.00
  • €2,013 Euro
  • $2,230 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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19th Century Painted Pine Welsh Dresser

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL
An early 19th century painted pine kitchen dresser, of pleasing proportions; scroll down for full measurements. There are large sections of wear in all the right places the majority of the paint is a rich red with remnants of a possibly older green paint. The moulded cornice sits above a three tier plate rack with six small brass hooks for cups/jugs. The dresser terminates on unusual sledge feet. The handles seem to be elderly replacements, with one missing. Replaced with a simple section of wood on a screw acting as a pivot. Two drawers sit above two cupboards, the internal shelf appears to be a later addition, the dresser is structurally sound, with some very minor elderly wood worm

max height 193cm, max width 132cm (across pelmet)
53cm in depth (including feet)
work top is 43/117cm

Dimensions: 

  • H: 193cm (75.98in)
  • W: 132cm (51.97in)

Period: 

19th Century

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