The antique painted chest is a chest of drawers that is over 100 years old and has some form of paint finish. The most sought after are in the original paint finish with lots of charm and character from years of use, but you can also find good quality pieces that have been re painted and worn through using a form of chalk paint. If done correctly and worn through in the correct areas, you can find it quite difficult to tell the difference. The earlier Georgian chests are very popular with bracket feet and original brass handles but also the Victorian examples with rounded corners and turned handles can also look just as good. With all our painted pieces we try to keep them in as original condition as possible but when we re-paint hem we ensure they still have characterful features and finish them by beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing by hand. Have a look at some examples we currently have for sale below along with some sold examples.
Antique Chest of Drawers for sale
Recently Sold Antiques
Below are a few examples of previously sold painted chests but if any particular style looks of interest please let us know as we do get many similar designs in stock and we can try to locate something similar.
This Country Regency Antique Painted Chest Of Drawers circa, 1830 have two over three graduating cock beaded drawers with turned handles and stands on shaped bracket feet with a shaped lower apron.
Victorian Country Painted Antique Chest Of Drawers. These Wonderful Country Victorian Painted Antique Chest Of Drawers circa, 1870 have a rectangular moulded top with rounded corners above two over two graduating drawers with the unusual original glass handles.
Antique Painted Georgian Chest Of Drawers. This Georgian Painted Antique Chest Of Drawers date from around 1790 and have a real country feel complimented by the antiqued paint and wax finish. They have a rectangular moulded top above two over three graduating cock beaded drawers with turned handles and provide an adequate amount of storage, this wonderful chest stands on shaped bracket feet and have been beautifully cleaned and waxed to achieve this wonderful look.
Painted Regency Antique Chest Of Drawers. Dating from around 1830 in the Regency period, this simple in design chest of drawers have a real country feel complimented by the antiqued paint and wax finish. They have two over three graduating drawers ideal for storage with beautifully turned walnut handles and key with several working locks. This super chest stands on shaped bracket feet and has been beautifully cleaned and waxed.
These Characterful Victorian Large Painted Antique Chest Of Drawers circa, 1870 have a charming early rustic paint finish. They have a concealed frieze drawer above three deep bonnet drawers with turned handles and three long drawers again with turned handles.
Regency Bow Fronted Antique Painted Chest Of Drawers. Dating from around 1830 in the Regency period, this stylish and elegant chest of drawers have a real country feel complimented by the antiqued paint and wax finish. They have five graduating oak lined drawers ideal for storage with beautifully turned handles and stand on turned bun feet.
- Chest On Chest to Cambridgeshire,
Happy customer, item delivered promptly and goods as described.Marion
Hi James Just to let you know , the Chest of Drawers crossed the Irish Sea in A near Hurricane , but thanks to your carefull packaging , it arrived in Cork without a scratch , and fully intact , so we are most grateful for your sending it so well wrapped . It is gorgeous , slightly darker then your images , but really lovely , and resonates age , and quality . We are really pleased with it . The shippers were excellent , and I would use them again . Many thanks for all your help , and we may be back to you in 2016 . A very happy Christmas . Regards John
Hello James – just to let you know we are absolutely delighted with the chest of drawers. In fact, we could not be more pleased. Thank you. (In addition, your couriers were bang on time and very polite) many thanks and best regards Jon