Posted on June 05, 2017
The typical darker shade stands out the best and is favoured by many. Although the darker shade of oak is abundantly available, the range of shades in oak furniture varies greatlyfrom warm honey colour to shiny reddish and even deep mellow brown tones.
The oak furniture is mostly available in the antique styles alone due to the attributes of the wood. Modern designs in oak are not so common since oak is very heavy. And the antique oak furniture versions are undoubtedly very elegant and class apart. These can create spaces that are aesthetically very appealing.
Our love for Period Oak Furniture has pushed us to create one of the most versatile collections of oak antiques. Our classic collection has the perfect mix of Oak furniture in all possible forms. For example this superb Mid 17th Century Oak Low Dresser Circa 1650
has a wonderful colour. It is fitted with three cushion moulded geometric fronted frieze drawers. The base raised on four turned front legs united by turned matching stretchers.
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.
80.6 cms High (31.75 inches)
187.3 cms Wide (73.75 inches)
54.0 cms Deep (21.25 inches)