Georgian Chest of Drawers
Early English furniture was very ornate, as was Victorian furniture.
Between these two eras sits the Georges, who reigned from 1714-1830.
The reign of George 1 saw quite crude furniture produced, later in the Georgian era furniture once again became more ornate (George lll and lV). However, George ll's reign (1727-1760) produced furniture that remains the epitome of timeless good taste.
This chest of drawers, with its perfectly-proportioned and graduated drawers decorated with swan-necked handles, the whole sitting on lovely bracket feet, is a perfect example of George ll furniture.
Great colour and patina and good for another 250 years.
W950mm x D500mm x H960mm
STOCK # 116-23
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