This English antique oak dresser or sideboard features fielded, geometric mitered and moulded drawer fronts, typical of the period.
Raised on baluster legs united by stretchers.
In its lovely original state.
Of a deep rich mellow colour and old well patinated surface.
This well proportioned dresser base can be used as a serving table or hall table.
The brasses and locks are apparently original.
REFERENCE: THE DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH FURNITURE REVISED BY RALPH EDWARDS. PAGE 221 ILLUSTRATES AN ALMOST IDENTICAL DRESSER BASE.
Ralph Edwards illustrates an almost identical dresser base ca. 1665 on p 308 of his ‘Shorter Dictionary of English Furniture’.