This fabulous walnut dresser was designed by Alfred Cox and manufactured by Golden Key Furniture during the 1960's. As to be expected, superb craftsmanship and attention to detail is visable throughout. With a stunning grain and warm patina, it offers ample storage across six slimline drawers, with dovetailed joinery, shaped edges and elegant tapering legs.
Being compact in size with a low profile, this is an extremely versatile piece, perfect for use as a television/media cabinet, a dressing table, a bedside unit or as a sideboard in a kitchen/dining space.
For a shipping quote, please send me a message with your full postcode, before you buy. Alternatively, you are very welcome to arrange your own collection from Brighton (as soon as current social distancing restrictions are lifted).
• At the moment, courier companies are still operating, working to strict Government and public health guidelines, which will mean that they can only deliver to your doorstep, driveway or the pavement outside your home (having collected from me in the same way). If you are unable to or would rather not accept deliveries at this time, I would be more than happy to store your piece after purchase until current restrictions have been lifted and it is safer to do so. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like to talk any of this through further •
This is a preloved vintage piece, however it remains in excellent condition throughout. It has one small dark blemish, to the top surface (middle back - please see photos). Any other imperfections are minor, and only apparent under close scrutiny. The brass handles are original and have a little minor tarnishing. The drawers run smoothly and are in super condition inside. It has been sensitively cleaned and polished for sale.
If you have any questions at all regarding the condition of this piece, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Additional photographs are available by request.