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Large mid 19th Century Australian Cedar Chest of 7 Drawers, of cantilevered design, featuring two hat drawers and two shallow drawers, above three full width graduated drawers, standing on a plinth base. All drawer fronts are veneered in thick flame cedar, beautifully cut and polished to highlight the highly figured grain.
Full cedar construction. A very good quality Australian antique, made by a skilled but unknown maker, in very good condition. All drawers work smoothly and all drawer runners have been repaired to our usual high standards.
Cedar was chosen as the primary cabinet making timber by the early British settlers because it so closely resembled the South American mahogany that was so popular back where they had come from. This piece is a particularly good example, with the cedar veneering having a very similar appearance to mahogany.
We deliver to all areas of Australia.
We have experienced carriers doing regular deliveries to the Sydney, Wollongong & Canberra regions, as well as the local Southern Highlands area. We can arrange deliveries WORLDWIDE.
A printed guarantee of authenticity is offered for all items we sell. We guarantee that our items are what we say they are. Our invoices state the age, materials used in construction or manufacture and country of origin. The term, Circa, followed by a year date, refers to the approximate year the item or items were made.