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A FINE LATE 18TH CENTURY YORKSHIRE OAK DRESSER.

A FINE LATE 18TH CENTURY YORKSHIRE OAK DRESSER.

THE OPEN PLATE RACK WITH FLUTED PILASTERS AND AN UNDULATING FRIEZE WITH CENTRAL FLORAL DETAIL. THE BASE WITH THREE CENTRAL DRAWERS FLANKED BY A SMALLER DRAWER ABOVE TWO CUPBOARDS WITH SHAPED ARCHED DOORS, SHAPED TO FIT THE OPENING, WITH A SINGLE FIELDED PANEL TO THE SIDES. STANDING ON BRACKET FEET. WONDERFUL COLOUR AND PATINATION.
PROVENANCE- THE DINING ROOM AT STRATTON MANOR, NEAR TADLEY, HAMPSHIRE. SINCE THE 1930S. AFTER BEING PURCHASED AS A WEDDING PRESENT WITH A TEN POUND NOTE.
65.5" WIDE X 20" DEEP X 74.5" HIGH.
STOCK NO 719.