This is an example of a very good quality antique oak Welsh Hanging Wall Rack, circa 1760 -1780.
• Circa 1760 – 1780
• Period George III
• Origination Wales, UK
• Item Oak hanging wall rack
• Wood Oak frame and oak shelves
• Protruding canopy
• Waterfall shaped shelves
• Scalloped shaped frieze
• Reeded sides & shelves
• Plate grooves
• Two reided shelves
• Four sectional compartments
• Solid in joint
• Good quality
• Lovely patination / colour
• Original timber throughout
This is a good quality antique oak George III Welsh hanging waterfall wall rack, circa 1760-1780 originating from Wales. The hanging rack features a protruding canopy. Below there is a very pretty shaped scalloped freize. The rack consists of four sectional compartments with two reeded shelves. The shelves feature a plate groove where the plates can safely sit without falling off the shelf. The sides of the rack are also reeded.
This item would look superb in a variety of rooms from the living room, dining room, home office or kitchen. This item would certainly grace any home and a great investment as it is an extremely functional. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
The rack is in excellent condition commensurate with its age. Nominal old use marks to the leading edges but nothing significant considering the age of the item. Free of active wood worm, solid in joint and ready to use.
Height 107.5cm or 3’ 6¼”
Width 135cm or 4’ 5”
Depth 21.5cm or 8½”
Maximum distance between top shelf and roof 43cm or 1’ 5”
Maximum distance between bottom shelf and roof 30.5cm or 1’
Width of two small compartments 26cm or 10¼”
Width of large central compartment 72cm or 2’ 4¼”
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