Lakeland Oak Dresser Circa 1720-1730
This powerfully simple Dresser is almost certainly of Lake District origin, with its configuration of an inverted breakfront bank of cushion moulded drawers, flanked by a pair of full height doors, originally hung on hooks and pins.
Standing majestically on original bun feet below a shaped apron plinth rail(quite unusual).
The colour and patina are excellent and the piece has an overall tactility due to the country craftmanship and its integrity.
The drawer pulls are replacements of the original models.
Viewings by arrangement.