Georgian Oak Dresser
This is a good looking, well balanced oak dresser from North Wales made in the 1820s.
It is a practical piece of furniture with plenty of storage space. It has three drawers along the frieze, and three more down the middle, which is unusual because they are so often dummies. There are cupboards on either side. The drawer fronts and doors are decorated with inlaid lozenges of black bog oak. The handles are the original brass swan necks and round knobs.
The rack is original to the base, it is very well proportioned. It has what I always look out for, very wide and odd sized back boards in pine, stained and painted to match the oak.
This is a good opportunity to acquire a very pleasing piece of country furniture in a really warm colour and rich patination, in original condition.
64 inches wide, 19½ inches deep and 80 inches high.