Chests - Dressers - Cabinets

A good example of a rare Scottish lowland dresser, made of softwood, with birch and tulip poplar (American whitewood); mahogany veneers and sycamore crossbanding and polished. Five spice drawers to the top, three drawers to the lower including two cupboards giving lots of storage space.

Also featured in a book on Scottish Vernacular Furniture.

Would suit a themed kitchen or for that contrast between modern and old.

In lovely condition, a great addition to any home or gift for someone special.

Circa 1860’s

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Width 49" (125cm)
Height 44" (112cm) to top of dresser
Height 67" (170cm) to top of back
Depth  21"  (53cm) at its deepest point

Includes Free UK delivery to UK mainland, excluding Highlands and Islands please email for a quote.

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