This charming early 1920s dresser started life as part of the trousseau of a Washington lumber heiress. Hand painted in a Venetian manner it was created by the Sligh Furniture Company of Grand Rapids. Which at the time claimed to be the world's leading producer of boudoir furniture. Post marrying a Montanan rancher it saw fifty years of hard use on the homestead. Then lay hidden in a barn for the next five decades. All of which only added to it's "shabby chic" patina. Measures 46" long x 21" deep x 35" high.. In very good antique condition - the piece itself is extremely well built (dove tailed drawers, hardwoods) and sturdy. The paint finish itself reflects a long life with various chips, knicks, and marks. However what remains is stable with no signs of further flaking. NOTE: We are selling three other items separately which were originally part of the entire "suite". A matching vanity/mirror, tall chest of drawers, and wall mirror are also available. See separate listings in our shop for further details.

 

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1920s Venetian Painted Dresser Commode

SKU: 0462
$1,395.00Price
  • In very good antique condition - the piece itself is extremely well built (dove tailed drawers, hardwoods) and sturdy. The paint finish itself reflects a long life with various chips, knicks, and marks. However what remains is stable with no signs of further flaking. 

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