Victorian Painted Antique Dresser Base

£1,450.00

Victorian Painted Antique Dresser Base

With very unusual drawer configuration and of nice larger proportions, this superb 19th Century painted Antique Dresser Base / Sideboard dates from around 1880.

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Victorian Painted Antique Dresser Base

With very unusual drawer configuration and of nice larger proportions, this superb 19th Century painted Antique Dresser Base / Sideboard dates from around 1880. It has a mahogany moulded top with half round moulded edge above three over four drawers all with walnut turned handles. This fantastic antique dresser stands on turned bun feet, comes with wonderful charm, character and has been beautifully cleaned and waxed to achieve this wonderful look.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 89 cm / 35 inches

Width: 198 cm / 78 inches

Depth: 56 cm / 22 inches

Ref No: 07544

 

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