Antique Jacobean Style Oak Geometric Dresser Base (Circa 1840)
Here is an example of a good quality Jacobean style oak geometric dresser base, circa 1840, which has been constructed from early 17th Century geometric Jacobean timbers.
• Circa 1840
• Period Early Victorian
• Provenance England, UK
• Incorporates 17th Century Jacobean timbers
• One piece plank top – good quality
• Pretty geometric moulding
• Dovetailed drawers
• Original oval brass drawer knobs
• Barley twist turned legs
• Two working drawers
• Pine lined drawers
• Oak inset side panels
• Superb colour
• Original polish & patination
• Great craftsmanship
• Small sought after size
• 14 day free UK return policy
Here is an example of a good quality Jacobean style oak geometric dresser base, circa 1840, which has been constructed from early 17th Century timbers. The Jacobean period stretched from 1603 to 1625 during the James 1st reign. The earlier timbers we refer to are specifically, the carcass, including the top and drawer fronts. The dresser boasts great craftsmanship including a very good quality one-piece moulded top. The front of the dresser features classing geometric mouldings to he drawer fronts along with inset side panels. The two large working drawers, which are hand dovetailed and pine lined, feature the Victorian brass drawer knobs. The dresser stands on the barley twist shaped legs with connecting stretchers to the back legs for added strength. The backboards, inset side panels and drawer linings are constructed of solid pine.
This item features a mid-brown oak colour. It has a fantastic colour and patination this can only be achieved through age and years of care and cleaning it has received.
This item would look superb in a variety of rooms from the dining room, living room or the hallway. The desk would certainly grace any home or office and a great investment, as they are an extremely functional. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.