Solid Oak Dresser

Product Code: 83-2038-6347
Availability: In Stock
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English, Circa 1920.
This solid oak dresser is in very good condition.
It is a copy of an early 18th century piece. The quality and appearance are just like the real thing.
It boasts a really good rich colour, with 2 glazed doors at the top inside which are 2 shelves and storage space below.
This item comes in 2 parts for easy transportation.
The base has 3 drawers of solid oak construction, with brass swan neck handles.
The 2 panelled doors at the bottom open to reveal a single interior shelf.
On bracket feet.

W 127cm/50"
D 47.5cm/18.75"
H 211cm/83"

Top section internal
W 113cm/44.5"
D 24.5cm/9.75"
H 76cm/30"

Base H 88cm/34.5"

Base cupboard int. 
W 117cm/46"
D 43cm/17"
H 54cm/21.25"

Shipping & Deliveries
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Shipping & Delivery Details
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RETURNS We recommend that all our customers arrange to view the item before they buy it but we understand that in some circumstances this is not possible. We take pride in using high quality, detailed photos of each item so the customer can have the best idea of what they are buying. In the unlikely event that the item was not what expected we can accept returns up to 7 days after purchase, the buyer is responsible to return the item to us and on receipt of the item being returned in its original condition we can issue a refund excluding carriage costs.