This charming Eastlake-style doll dresser was well-loved by a lucky little late-Victorian girl. Its wear shows that she spent many hours playing with it. In spite of its scuffs and scrapes, this solid-wood dresser still has all of its decoration, original hardware, mirror, and finials; it is still very solid. The flowers on the front of the drawers are hand-painted and still very vivid. The standards holding the mirror are fluted as is the divider between the two drawers. The mirror still swings easily between the standards. The top portion of the dresser can be detached from the dresser, and we may choose to do so when it is shipped so that the mirror can be separately wrapped. We are selling this charmer in its “as found,” authentic condition and will leave the cleaning to the new owner, should he/she decide to clean it. The dresser is 10 ½” wide, 15” tall to the top of the finials, and 6 ¼” deep.
This would be a charming addition to your collection. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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