The unique serpentine front and claw feet speak to its age and classic styling from the late 1700's. While the hand-painted details came later, they are original and beautifully portray a Danish "country house" landscape setting.
The lovely clean lines of this antique chest of drawers fit the simple and appealing Swedish gustavian look of the dresser. The gently distressed white paint has been worn down to the natural wood where the drawers were most often touched.
Unique to this gustavian chest of 3 drawers is the distinctive carving along the top drawer, once known as a “meander” (a decorative border made from a continuous line), more commonly referred to as a “Greek key” today.
The strong visual appeal of this handsome Danish chest of drawers is due to the lightly worn white paint and the clean, curved lines. Where the paint has been gently scraped, the rich antique oak is revealed adding to the aged character.
Antique neoclassical chest of drawers from Denmark, circa 1800 with a light gray painted finish. Where the paint has been distressed, the dark wood underneath offers a nice contrast and enhances the carved details.
Clean, lovely lines accentuate this small chest of drawers that may also be used as a nightstand. The dental molding, carved details and graceful feet all point to the classic Swedish styling of this chest. The white paint was added later, along with the gold accent paint.
This petite Swedish chest of drawers is a perfect blend of neo-classic style and functionality. The natural oak comes through where the new white painted finish has been lightly worn away giving this chest of drawers an elegant country feel.
Antique Baroque chest of drawers with brass pulls and a yellow painted finish, circa 1740 to 1760. The scalloped edge of the top is carried down through the 4 drawer fronts and bottom molding resulting in an elegant, serpentine case. A strong and elegant style made entirely of oak.
This impressive chest of drawers is made of solid oak and dates back to circa 1750. Well crafted, it has endured the test of time and brings a touch of class with the gracious serpentine front and cabriolet legs with carved ball and claw feet.
This small chest of drawers packs a stylish punch with its serpentine front and cabriolet legs traditional of baroque styling. Made of solid oak, it will be perfect as a nighstand or serve as a side or accent table.
This attractive chest of drawers has delightful carving along the top and bottom with cabriolet legs, adding a slight romantic touch the solid oak. Notice it is built in 3 sections; the lower base with feet, and 2 upper sections with 2 drawers each.
The eye-catching serpentine front of this classsic chest of drawers compliments the rich, aged oak. The brass hardware and squared cabriole legs also fit the baroque style from the mid-late 1700's
The scalloped edge of the top is carried down through the drawer fronts and apron resulting in an elegant, serpentine case in this striking large chest of four drawers. The baroque details and original cast rococo brass hardware create a strong and elegant dresser.
Lovely carved paneling accent the serpentine drawers and sides of this attractive oak chest of drawers. Notice the scalloped edge along the bottom and cabrioet feet, additional details of the fine French styling of this handsome chest of drawers.
Beautifully hand carved flowers, leaves, vines and flourishes abound on each of the large 3 drawers of this solid oak chest of drawers from France. The passage of time has created a deep, rich patina in the wood as well.
The deep patina seen in this stately oak chest of drawers is all original, as it was made in the late 1700's. The turned columns, dentil molding, and paneled drawers all add to the handsome lines of this tall chest.
Antique Biedermeier chest of drawers from Sweden, circa 1830. Made of pine and covered in a vibrant birch veneer, this chest features contrasting black molding, block feet and a pair of pillars with brass capitals flanking the three lower drawers.
Fantastic inlaid, parcel gilt French chest of drawers circa 1820-1840. The dark top and bottom drawers are rosewood veneer while the middle 3 are satinwood. The sides are flame mahogany and the gilded column capitals are a cast resin.
The birch glows with life in this remarkable secretary also known as a bureau. The upper cabinet interior holds the petite drawers and cubbies typical of a secretary, while the central square door has hand-carved flourishes adding to the refined elegance of this desk.
Antique Danish mahogany inlaid chest of drawers with cabriole legs, circa 1890-1910. The top features a large inlaid basket of flowers panel , with smaller botanical ovals on either side. The same ovals can be found on the sides of the dresser. The serpentine drawers feature a floral & swan inlay.
Antique Italian chest of drawers with 2 inlaid drawer fronts, circa 1860-1880.
The beauty of the wood, gilt, and curvaceous Bombay design of this small scale Rococo chest of drawers combine for stunning impact. Please review the detailed photos to appreciate the rich tones of the mahogany wood accented by gold gilt details.
Small antique oak chest of drawers from Denmark circa 1880, with brass key escutcheons and four graduated drawers.
Antique Danish Mahogany Chest of Drawers, circa 1820-1840
This circa 1780-1800 chest of drawers features bracket feet, ebonized pilasters with brass capitals and the original brass key escutcheons
This small chest of drawers is classic and refined. It has 4 functional drawers resting upon generously curved cabriolet feet. Made of solid oak, it will be perfect as a nighstand or serve as a side or accent table.
Small antique oak chest of drawers from Denmark, circa 1820-1840, with 4 drawers.
This wonderful highboy has 7 drawers which showcase the flame mahogany that one finds mesmerizing when seen in person. A key is used as the drawer "pull" which was traditional with this Danish style of highboy from the mid 1800's