18th Century Georgian Oak Dresser

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Georgian Oak Dresser 

A good example of a Georgian oak dresser dating from the late 18th century. The base has three drawers with brass plate handles and matching escutcheons. The base stands on tapering front legs with pad feet and square chemfered back legs. The open rack has three shelves flanked by square molded columns, dentil molding below the cornice and a pretty carved frieze. 

It is in excellent condition throughout and is a good sturdy piece of furniture. It has been well maintained and as such has had some repairs over the years. The back legs have been replaced but it has been done well and in keeping and it hasn't affected the dresser structurally or aesthetically. There is also one old replacement board on the back of the plate rack. It is not without some signs of age and use but this has all helped to develop a beautiful rich patina over the years. It is a well balanced piece with a wonderful colour and it displays beautifully. It has been given a thorough clean and gentle polish and is ready for use.

Approximate Measurements:

Length : 63" / 160cm

Depth : 15 1/2" / 39cm

Height : 77" /196cm

The best description comes from the photos so please look at them all carefully and if you have any questions please ask. 

Free local delivery within 10 miles of Ashburton, Devon. Nationwide delivery is available, please get in touch for an accurate quote. 

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