Quality, period George II Welsh dresser and rack in Oak with moulded cornice, shaped apron, and a single plank top of solid oak (a sign of quality). It boasts a traditional pot board base, three plate racks, and three hand-dovetailed drawers. Additionally, it has 9 large pot hooks above the top rack, 12 medium hooks above the middle rack, and 15 hooks above the bottom rack for a total of 36 original, hand-wrought black iron hooks. It still wears it’s original polish and has a very handsome patination that has been created over it’s 280+ years of care.
For those who don’t have the height or prefer a more simplistic look, the dresser base and rack were built to be able to separate easily. Circa 1740.
18.5″ Deep x 68″ Wide x 81″ Tall (30.5″ Tall, base without rack)