George III Period Oak Dresser and Rack

REF: 6628

George III Period Oak Dresser and Rack

REF: 6628

Good George III period oak dresser and rack incorporating five drawers and a pair of panelled cupboards. Incised pillars to the outer edge. Three spice drawers to the rack. Excellent overall condition.

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  • Height 210.82 cm / 83 14"
  • Width 185.42 cm / 73 14"
  • Depth 45.72 cm / 18 14"

Category

  • Period 1750-1799
  • Year c. 1770
  • Country England
  • Provenance A Welsh Dresser sometimes known as a kitchen dresser or pewter cupboard, is a piece of wooden furniture consisting of drawers and cupboards in the lower part, with shelves and perhaps a sideboard on top. Traditionally, it is a utilitarian piece of furniture used to store and display crockery, silverware and pewter-ware, but is also used to display general ornaments.