Lot 240: GEORGIAN STYLE OAK DRESSER LATE 19TH CENTURY INCORPORATING EARLIER ELEMENTS 159cm wide, 201cm high, 48cm deep
January 25, 2017
Edinburgh, United KingdomLive Auction
GEORGIAN STYLE OAK DRESSER
LATE 19TH CENTURY INCORPORATING EARLIER ELEMENTS
the dentil moulded cornice above a wavy frieze, over a closed back and open shelves flanked by fluted pilasters; the base with three short deep drawers raised on straight legs ending in pad feet
159cm wide, 201cm high, 48cm deep
Crack to right hand side of cornice
Plate rack of later construction
Later drawer handle
Piece missing on left hand side of dentile moulding
Overall condition in keeping with age and use
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The late Countess of Lanesborough, previously Swithland Hall, Leicestershire