London, South Kensington
14 November 2001
AN OAK DRESSER, NORTH COUNTRY, 18TH CENTURY
with a moulded top and an arrangement of five drawers and two arched, fielded, panelled cupboards between rounded angles and with a moulded apron and stile feet -- 63in. (160cm.) wide, 29½in. (75cm.) high, 20½in. (52cm.) deep
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This model of dresser usually with central drawers only, and more rarely with drawers above the doors, is typical of a regional style from both Northumberland and Westmoreland.
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