An enclosed high dresser of almost identical conformation but with two drawers and simple fielded panelled doors is illustrated in V. Chinnery, Oak Furniture: The British Tradition, Woodbridge, 1979, p. 343, fig. 3:334. The turned finials on the canopy are features common to the North Welsh cwpwrdd tridarn and the small side cupboards in the upper part are a feature of Denbighshire dressers. Other, similar dressers with cupboards and sometimes drawers fitted into the plate-rack are often associated with Snowdonia and the Conway Valley area. John Parry's first sale at Christie's on 24 April 1997, included a similar example, also with a spoon-rack, as lot 222 (£38,900). It is illustrated in R. Bebb, Welsh Furniture 1750-1900, Kidwelly, 2007, p. 101, no. 837.