The “Canopy” rack having a wavy cut top rail with turned pendants – or “droppers” at each end. The two deep and one narrow shelves sit in front of a boarded oak back and tenoned through the “bellied” shaped sides.
The enclosed base has two matching boards to the top which sit above three drawers with raised panelled fronts. Below which are two cupboard doors, each with a pair of raised panels.
The dresser is in a lovely original condition, with a rich surface and colour.
Snowdonia, North Wales, circa 1720.