Victorian Walnut Dresser – original finish

Product #F085

Victorian Walnut Dresser is in original finish. The marble is in good shape. Came out of a house in Shelbyville, Illinois area. All the drawers work nice and have the “Knapp joint” that holds them well together. Dresser measures 39″ width, 17″ depth and 80″ height. Circa 1890.

(Knapp joint – A type of joint invented by Charles Knapp just after the Civil War. One of the first useful machine-made drawer joints. It used a “scallop and dowel” approach to joinery instead of dovetails.)


Walnut Dresser – close up of the drawer Knapp joint


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