This lovely oak Welsh dresser was crafted in England around the year 1950. Today, the wood remains as beautiful as ever, with a lovely patina, a rich complexion, and a highly pronounced “tiger” oak grain. The design of this piece is distinctly Jacobean: the beaded edging, paneled doors, teardrop pulls, and hanging finials are all common design elements in Jacobean period furniture. Each drawer features dovetailed joints, while the top simply lifts off of the base for easy movement. The two lower cabinets also lock with an accompany key; the locks continue to operate very smoothly. Remarkably, this dresser has sustained only the lightest, almost invisible surface wear, so overall condition is excellent.