An early 19th century Welsh oak pot board dresser & rack of good patina (colour), in good original condition. ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
The open rack consists of a shaped moulding with an arched, shaped frieze with two shelves and original metal hooks.
The rack sits on a pot board base consisting of six cock beaded drawers (pine lined) the small central drawer being a dummy drawer.
The handles are not original but in keeping and have been on the piece for a number of years.
The base has three turned supports to the front with square supports to the back with a potboard at the base.
This dresser is possibly from the Cardiganshire region in Wales.
This piece is of stable construction and can go straight into a property.