Antique George III Oak & Mahogany Cheshire Dresser Base (Circa 1780 – 1800)
Here is a superb quality antique George III oak and mahogany cross-banded dresser base sideboard, circa 1780 – 1800, originating from the county of Cheshire.
• Circa 1780 – 1800
• Period George III
• Provenance Cheshire, England
• Wood Oak & Mahogany
• Two-plank top
• Mahogany cross-banded top
• Mahogany cross-banded drawers
• 7 oak lined hand-dovetailed drawers
• Central fielded cross-banded door
• Oak lined sides
• Working locks & key
• Brass swan neck handles & escutcheons
• Original ogee bracket feet
• Superb colour
• Excellent quality
• Free 14 days UK returns policy
Here is a superb quality antique George III oak and mahogany cross-banded dresser base sideboard, circa 1780 – 1800, originating from the country of Cheshire. The top of the dresser features a rich golden oak two-plank top, which has been cross-banded in mahogany. Likewise, the front of the dresser features cross-banded mahogany drawers. The drawers are solid oak lined and hand dovetailed they all have working locks and a key. The drawers feature open fretwork brass swan neck handles and escutcheons. To the centre of the dresser base, is an original square fielded and mahogany cross-banded cupboard door. Inside the cupboard is a removable shelf in case you need to store larger items. The dresser stands on its original ogee shaped bracket feet. The original backboards are constructed of pine, which is typical for a dresser of this provenance. The dresser has a fantastic colour and patination this can only be achieved through age and the years of care and cleaning they have received.
This dresser is an excellent investment and would look superb in a variety of rooms from the kitchen, hall way or the living room. This dresser base would certainly grace any home. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Height = 83.5cm or 32⅞” or 2ft 8⅞”
Width = 191cm or 75¼” or 6ft 3¼”
Depth = 55cm or 21⅝” or 1ft 9⅝”