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Antique Chests of Drawers

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Early 18th Century Oak Antique Mule Chest Coffer

Early 18th century oak mule chest. The mule chest is a coffer at the top with drawers underneath. This mule chest has developed a lovely deep colour and patina over its long life and it is good that the grain of the timber is visible. A lot of furniture of this period has a layed of dirt that hides the timber itself and makes the whole piece look very dark, but not this one! There are some old repairs and it has not been restored yet, but this is a wonderfully tactile as well as a useful piece of furniture.

English circa 1710 £580

02 18 10

127cm / 50" wide
79cm / 31" high
52cm / 20½" deep

17th Century Oak Antique Coffer

17th century antique oak coffer dating from the William and Mary period. This coffer has good moulded detail on the front of the legs, the uprights and around the panels on the top. There are four panels on the front and three on the top, the front panels are decorated with a diamond shape and the front of the highest cross member has carved scroll decoration. There is an old lock, but no key. Let us know if you want us to try and make a key as it is sometimes possible. The colour and patina of this coffer is very good at the moment and will be even better when it has been waxed in our workshops.

English circa 1690 £1250

01 18 02

58.5cm / 23" deep
152.5cm / 60" wide
66cm / 26" high

Large 17th Century Spanish Antique Coffer

This large 17th century coffer is a really good size and weighs a huge amount. The walnut is a very good rich colour with good deep patina. The metal work is large and the carving is well executed and crisp. The top has a molded edge and there are handles on each end.

Spanish circa 1690 £4,800

AR113

184cm / 72½" wide
61.5cm / 24" deep
70cm / 27½" high

Early 18th Century Walnut Antique Chest On Chest

Early 18th Century walnut chest on chest. This one is very good value and still has all the good stuff like graduated drawers, brushing slide, string banding and book matched veneers. It has the early pre-cockbeading drawer mouldings and proper oak lined drawers.

George I circa 1720 £4,800

11 16 03

173cm / 68" high
103cm / 40½" wide
53cm / 20¾" deep

Antique Chest Of Drawers

George III period Cuban mahogany chest of drawers. This chest of drawers is made of an especially fine cut of timber with a very interesting grain pattern. It is a good small scale and not too deep front to back and would be a fine addition to any room.

English circa 1780 £1,400

ANO 007 06 16 06

20½" deep
43½" wide
37" high 

Chest of drawers

Antique chest of drawers made in New Zealand. The drawer fronts are veneered with exotic Kauri wood which is indigenous to New Zealand. Colonial furniture is much rarer than that made in the UK and so if a piece can be proven to have been made abroad so much the better.

New Zealand circa 1880 £1,200

18 1/2" deep
45 1/2" wide
34" high

Chest of drawers

Small but beautifully formed chest

This chest of drawers is not too deep so wont take up much room. It is a good honey colour oak with mahogany crossbanding and with stringing in ebony and box wood, a most unusual but pleasing combination.

Circa 1780 £780

ES 004

19" deep
37" wide
36" high

19th century antique French Commode

Very nice early nineteenth century French Commode (or chest of drawers) with detailed and generous apron frieze with moulded edge and moulded edge to the top, drawers and around all panels, the front of the chest with very fine scalloped detail, sculpted down the front to the centre and sides and with shaped coffered sections to the sides and front corners, this is a wonderfully decorative piece and it is a lovely pale colour with good depth to the patination. This venerable chest of drawers is a true survivor - made out of pear wood praised for its tremendous depth of colour and patination, early pieces such as this rarely survived. Pearwood was rarer and prized over walnut, but they did not have such advanced methods to treat woodworm as exist today. Like an aging rhino, this old chest of drawers wears its battle scars, and its long dead woodworm holes, with pride.
French circa 1800

FRF 001


50" wide
23 1/2" deep
39" high
French circa 1800


50" wide
23 1/2" deep
39" high

Antique chest on chest

Antique chest on chest made of bookmatched walnut with banding round the drawers. This chest of drawers is a good early one and has been in the same family for over a hundred years. It is in great untouched original condition.

English circa 1720 £6,800

ES 001

21 1/2" deep
42" wide
71" high

Antique chest on chest

This antique chest on chest (or 'tallboy') was made before mahogany had began to be imported into the United Kingdom. It is made of walnut and has featherbanding round the drawers and the timber has been cut to make it symmetrical on all show wood surfaces. It has faded to a good rich honey colour over its 300 year existence and an extremely fine  example of this early period of proper cabinet making.

English circa 1720 £17500
AB 001

72 1/2" high
41" wide base body (not max)
22 1/2" deep at cornice
21" deep at top body