Peter Waals After Gimson Designs A Cotswold bed room suite including:
A quarter-sawn oak dressing table with four faceted graduated drawers each side of a central drawer, all with carved 'nip' handles within oval scalloped dish, with double fluted chip carving to the frame on the front and carved chamfered frame to the faceted sides, with exposed through tenons to the stretchers of the base and panelled back, the top with lozenge carving to the edges and exposed wedge tenon construction to the top, circa 1930, 77cm (30.5in) high, 145cm (57in) wide, 61cm (24in) deep.
Am oak swing dressing table mirror with chamfered frame and sledge feet and double fluted chip carving to the frame of the shaped bevelled mirror, circa 1930, 61cm (24in) high, 66cm (26in) wide, 25.5cm (10in) deep.
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