Circa 1770, good George III mahogany chest of drawers. The solid mahogany top with wonderful ogee moulding, above a configuration of 2 short over 3 further graduating drawers with almost Rococo style swan neck handles with a stylish pommel and back plate with ribbing on the edge. The drawer fronts have wonderful colour and patination, and inside are oak lined. Beneath the bottom drawer there is double ogee moulding and the chest stands on original chunky bracket feet. This chest is absolutely gorgeous, similar to the Chippendale ones in Dumfries house.
- 96cm high x 110cm wide x 55cm deep.