From a Texas estate, this darling primitive doll dresser was probably made during the Depression when things had to be made from whatever materials you had on hand. Whoever made this took extra effort by putting in drawer guides and reinforced under each drawer with a solid panel. There is even a divider in the top drawer. The drawer pulls were hand-made as evidenced by the fact that no two are exactly the same dimensions. The plastic-framed red mirror was probably something that was recycled from a previous use, but it just adds to the charm of the piece by having the old plastic mirror on a wooden dresser. It is in excellent vintage shape with no dings, cracks or scrapes. It’s hard to believe that it was ever played with, but I bet a 1930s child absolutely cherished it. The dresser is 20” tall, 10” wide and 6” deep.
This would be a wonderful addition to your doll collection or to use as a jewelry or trinket chest. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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