Victorian Painted Pine Dresser | Green Antique Cupboard | 19th Century Cupboard
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About this item
An antique painted pine dresser from the 19th Century - a truly unique and one-of-a-kind piece that effortlessly merges style and functionality.
The two-door cupboard at the top of the unit opens to reveal three internal shelves that provide ample storage space for your favourite collectibles or dishes. The later painted interior adds a touch of modernity to this piece and makes it an ideal addition to both traditional and contemporary homes.
The base features three drawers that slide smoothly and provide additional storage space for smaller items. A further small cupboard is situated next to these drawers, adding to the already generous storage capacity of the piece. The raised bun feet give it a stylish and elegant look that will complement any décor theme.
The original vibrant green paintwork on this antique piece adds a real a sense of character and charm, making this dresser a rare and valuable addition to any home – you won’t find another one like it.
This is not only a beautiful and aesthetically pleasing piece of storage furniture, but it is also highly functional and practical. Whether you use it to store your clothes, linens, books, crockery or any other items, this piece is an ideal addition to any living room, bedroom, kitchen, or office.
In good antique condition with wear and tear appropriate for age and use to include age related splits throughout and a replacement wooden knob to one of the drawers. The left cornice to the top is a later addition and the right one has been altered, presumably to fit in a certain space it an previous owners home.
Width 121 cm x Depth 45 cm x Height 219 cm
W: 121cm (47.6")H: 219cm (86.2")D: 45cm (17.7")
19th Century, Victorian (1837 to 1901)