A 1930’s Oak Dresser Base By Reynolds Of Ludlow For Heals Of London



Circa: 1930's

Depth: 18.75"

Height: 35.5"

Width: 63"

Period: 20th century

Location: Hungerford

Made from golden English oak, this dresser base is by one of the leading cabinet makers of the 1930’s, namely Reynold’s of Ludlow. They would have made it for Heals of London and this is typical of the Cotswold School of furniture making, which included the likes of Robert “Mouseman” Thompson and Gordon Russell. It retains the original golden colour and is of very good quality.

“A great example of a the Cotswold School style of furniture making from the 1930's."