A rare Charles II joined oak and elm chest of drawers, with simulated oyster veneer decoration, circa 1680

A rare Charles II joined oak and elm chest of drawers, with simulated oyster veneer decoration, circa 1680

£5,250
Reference

1119

The boarded top and the four long paired mitre-moulded drawers all with faux timber grain decoration, double panelled sides, on bracket feet.

Provenance: Private Collection, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire.

Literature: See David Knell, 'English Country Furniture, 1500-1900' (2000), p.55, pl.14, for an oak chest of drawers with paint finish imitating tortoiseshell.

On view in the showroom at Tudor House, Sheep Street, Stow on the Wold, GL54 1AA

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Dimensions:

Height 84 cm / 33 14"
Width 89 cm / 35 "
Depth 53.5 cm / 21 14"