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A George III Oak Dresser BaseReturn to category

A good example of a Glamorganshire/Carmarthenshire dresser base, made almost entirely of dense native oak which has acquired a rich honey colour with a good depth of patina. The drawer arrangement is very distinctive as is the panel configuration on the front which resembles that found on the multiple panel coffers from this part of Wales.

Richard Bebb illustrates a similar dresser in his two volume, "Welsh Furniture, 1250-1950", vol ll, page139.

1780-1800

152cms long x 43cms deep x 82cms high

 

This piece is now sold, but if you would like us to keep you in mind the next time we have something similar, please e-mail us at info@havardandhavard.com .

Best Wishes

Philip & Christine