Origin: English
Period: Late Victorian
Provenance: Unknown
Date: c.1890-1900
Width: 75”
Height: 35”
Depth: 22”

The beautifully un-touched painted pine carcass displaying the original black painted finish, now distressed commensurate with age, having a rectangular top, fitted with six graduating drawers, each with the original pressed metal cup handles, the whole with remnants of paper labels, probably from a workshop setting and standing on a moulded plinth base surviving from the late Victorian period.

The base shows some attractive wear and tear with scuffing and losses commensurate with its age, with the carcass structurally sound. The piece was obviously used in a workshop setting for a period and the sides remain un-painted and the back does not have back boards present as photographed. All the drawers run smoothly and she is ready to go.

A very decorative piece that has deep and spacious drawers perfect for all kinds of storage.