A Queen Anne Oak Chest of Drawers
Having a two-plank top, with a well-shaped moulding beneath. The drawers, two short and three long, all with oak linings, are divided by a "D" moulding - very typical of the late William and Mary/Queen Anne period. The base moulding is wide and deep, and sits just above four boldly turned original bun feet.
Very good, rich, deeply patinated colour and surface.
English, circa 1710.
Width 34.5 inches, depth 21.5 inches, height 38 inches.