A good and diminutive George III oak & elm dresser/cupboard, circa 1780. This dresser is in unusually period condition, with original finish and color. The dresser having a stepped cornice to the pot rack with a shaped apron below and three shelves to the rack. The base having three drawers, two long and one smaller central drawer above a pair of paneled cupboard doors, the dresser raised on bracket feet. The dresser having original brass handles and escutcheons and 'H' shaped door hinges.
Condition is very good and the dresser is of attractive proportions, these dressers are often & erroneously labeled as Welsh, this dresser is from Yorkshire, most likely from the Barnsley area of South Yorkshire.
78.5" tall X 58.5" wide X 17.5" deep
199.5 cm X 148.5 cm X 44.5 cm
[SOLD. Please inquire, as we may have similar pieces in stock.]