This little potboard dresser has all the charm one would expect in a country piece of this sort. The three drawers (with both beading and a string inlay) have deeply scalloped aprons that separate the straight legs leading down to the potboard. These are attractive decorative flourishes that dress up what would normally be a fairly utilitarian piece.
(The serving height of this dresser is 28.75".)
Circa 1850, its measurements are: Height: 73", Width: 50", Depth: 18"
Originally an 18th Century grist mill, Mill House Antiques can be found nestled in a gentle bend of the Nonnewaug River along Route 6 in northern Woodbury, Connecticut. Established in 1964 as a destination for fine antiques, Mill House attracts an international clientele of discriminating collectors…