Banks of Drawers with the most amazing Patina
When I bought these English pine banks of drawers, they were covered in layer upon layer of paint. Originally made and fitted in a local private Girls School, the drawers eventually ended up being used in a haberdashery.
A number of coats of paint were partially removed to reveal the current finish. Now these very attractive scraped pair of early 20th century English pine banks of eight drawers have the most amazing patina.
Condition wise the drawers have all been well used and have worn well, with plenty of life left in them. The scrubbed pine tops are worn and naturally distressed. The brass pull handles and card holders appear to have been fitted from new and both pieces are structurally very sound.
They would be ideal for commercial premises, such as a shop, bar or restaurant, or could be used as a huge sideboard or kitchen unit as it has 16 deep drawers.