An oak, Arts & Crafts, dressing table with an arched topped mirror framed with holly and ebony chequer inlay and set between two shaped panels each with inlaid holly wood heart, the base with two short over three long drawers with brass drop-ring handles on square, moulded back plated, the whole standing on turned legs, 167.5cm (66in) high 81cm (32in) wide, 51cm (20in) deep, attributed to Maples, see also s7230a & b.
Early Ambrose Heal Design An oak dressing chest with two short drawers over two long, graduated drawers, with 'London lapped' dovetails and with tilting mirror,... View full product details
An oak dressing chest of drawers with geometric ebony and boxwood inlay and architectural mirror and with brass handles, attributed to Waring & Gillow, circa... View full product details
Sir Frank Brangwyn RA (1867 - 1956) An oak dressing chest, a square swing mirror with stylised, pilaster supports, quarter sawn oak top set flush... View full product details
An oak dressing table with central mirror flanked by two small drawers on either side above, one long drawer below, moulded drawer fronts, inlaid line... View full product details