George III Oak Dresser Base, Lancashire, circa 1800

A George III oak dresser base. The quartered fluted columns to the corners and the ogre feet are typical Lancashire form for furniture produced towards the end of the eighteenth-century. The book-matched quartered oak top is cross banded, like the drawers, in mahogany. The central doors having raised and fielded panels. The sides having flush-beaded panels. The drawers oak lined with their original oval pressed brass handles. Some of these have worn through a little, probably from over-enthusiastic cleaning, but I like this.

Height
89cm
Width
230cm
Depth
55cm
Ref
adresser6
Price
£6,800.00
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