English or Welsh Dish Dresser, oak with pine secondary wood, constructed in two sections, the top with projecting molded cornice over three shelves; base with carved side moldings and three finely dovetailed drawers with bail handles atop a delicately scalloped apron, supported on four turned posts joined by an undertier, all raised on six straight feet. Base: 31"H x 63 1/2" W x 16" deep. Top: 51"h x 64" W (tips of cornice) x 8"D. British, 18th century. Provenance: The estate of Peter Fyfe, Nashville, TN. CONDITION: Possible minor loss of height to rear legs, shrinkage splits to drawer bottoms and to undertier shelf, original pulls, some warping and bowing to shelves, cup hooks added; some small losses to carved tips on apron.
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