Regular stock of antique oak dressers
to include low dressers, cupboard base dressers, pot board dressers, Welsh dressers, cabriole leg dressers, moulded dressers, turned leg dressers, straight leg dressers, tapering leg dressers, three drawer dressers
and canopied dressers
. If you are looking for an antique oak dresser
dating from the 17th century, 18th century or 19th century
we should be able to assist. If you do not see exactly what you are looking for please contact us
. We have many items in storage awaiting restoration and can undertake a search
for you through our extensive client base and associated trade contacts which we have built up over the past 25 years.
An 18th Century Elm Dresser & Rack (POA)
An 18th Century Elm Dresser & Rack. The shelved rack fitted with the original figured elm back boards over a two drawer base fitted with two cupboards below. Exceptional colour and a wild grain.
An Early 19th Century Oak Dresser (£ 6,450)
An Early 19th Century Oak Dresser. Originating from Anglesey, this dresser is fitted with the original shelved and boarded rack sitting on the breakfront base which is fitted with three frieze drawers and two cupboards flanking a central bank of dummy drawers. Exception colour with various inlay decoration.
A Mid 18th Century Inverted Breakfront Lancashire Oak Dresser Base (£ 6,450)
A Mid 18th Century Inverted Breakfront Lancashire Oak Dresser Base. Fitted with three frieze drawers over a central cupboard flanked by a tier of drawers on the left and right. Decorative column decoration on all the front facing corners. Various repairs consistent with a piece of this age but nothing major.
Superb Mid 17th Century Oak Low Dresser Circa 1650 (£ 24,000)
A Superb Mid 17th Century Oak Low Dresser Circa 1650. Fitted with three cushion moulded geometric fronted frieze drawers. The base raised on four turned front legs united by turned matching stretchers.