Origin: Welsh
Period: Late Victorian
Provenance: Unknown
Date: c.1880
Width: 36”
Height: 30.75”
Depth: 18”

The wonderfully distressed ivory over jade green pine three-foot carcass, once the base of a kitchen dresser, having an oversailing plinth shaped top to two fielded paneled cupboard doors opening to reveal a combwork decorated interior of two shelves, to the original shaped bun feet, surviving from high Victorian period England.

The piece shows some very attractive wear to its layers of paintwork, commensurate with its age, with the whole in largely original order and with the carcass structurally sound. The bakelite knob handles are later. The sides are largely green and the top has had its paint largely worn away, all naturally.

A very decorative and useful piece of high versatility.