A very large, deep, pine display dresser. Three doors and drawers to the base, all with large beading. The doors feature fan detailing. The base has inset wide rope moulding to both outer uprights and above the drawers. There is a large carved bracket above each upright rope moulding. The dresser top features six spice drawers and two open shelves below a feature carved out pelmet and moulded cornice. The back of the top is boarded. The top has fan mouldings to match the base doors, inset rope mouldings, matching wooden brackets with a further moulding in between.
This statement piece dresser has stood on display in our workshops for nearly two years while we decided the best way to refinish it. We don't name dressers we are selling, but in this case, we are making a special exception because it is so special! We got it from Scarborough so we've always called it 'The Scarborough Dresser'. Very old reclaimed timber was used for some parts of its substantial construction. The photographs do not give you the full impression of its size!
Multi-coat paint finish:
- Thorough preparation
- professionally spray painted
- one coat shellac based primer
- two coats water based acrylic resin undercoat
- two coats water based acrylic matt 10% sheen in 'Cornforth White'.
- three coats water based satin varnish to the worktop.
This dresser separates in two for transportation. It is VERY heavy. The base is 93cm high.