75.75 inches wide, 19.5 inches deep and 32 inches high.
For metric please multiply by 2.5
With an excellent colour and original brass handles and escutcheons and original iron lock to central drawer. An extremely handsome and substantial oak dresser base in very good original condition and dating from c. 1750, Derbyshire area. The drawers retaining their original deal and oak linings and with a shaped apron and original cabriole legs to front and back with large puddled pad feet.
The oversailing three board top original also as is the backboard. The top retaining its original plate bead.
Each drawer front with moulded lip carved in the solid. Peg jointed throughout and all original timbers other than a small piece of pine added to the bottom board of one drawer lining – at the very back and about one inch deep. Two of the pads feet themselves with repairs and one at the back a possible replacement.
Superb natural and well developed patina. Heavy and usable, all of the drawers open and close smoothly, original timbers throughout including original backboard.
Beautiful colour and attractive proportions, sits down very well.