Find this and similar styles at a retailer near you. Statement pieces have a honey pine finish, shell overlay ornaments, and decorative aged brass back-plated ring drawer pulls, just like the Georgetown seven-drawer dresser.
- Traditional style
- Seven drawers
- Reeded case pilasters
- French bracket feet
- Honey pine finish
- Sturdy Cannonball Poster Beds are available in Queen and King and feature gracefully shaped crowns, decorative shell ornaments and veneer patterned overlay panels.
- Casepieces have lots of details with their shaped top drawers, reeded pilasters, waist rail moldings and beveled drawer ends.
- Drawers have natural color interiors, fixed felt liners in top drawers and Kenlin bottom mounted metal drawer glides.
- Cast metal hardware is a traditional styled backplate and bail with coordinating ring pulls, all finished in a dark antique brass color.
- A golden honey pine finish gives Georgetown a warm and mellow glow.
- It is constructed of pine veneers, pine solids and engineered wood products.
- Traditional Styling
- Curvy shaped crown and base moldings
- Reeded mirror frame and case pilasters
- Shaped top drawers
- Angle cut drawer ends
- Waist rail moldings on cases
- Shell overlay ornaments
- Queen and King cannonball poster beds
- Ring pull, backplate & bail hardware, aged brass finish
- Pine veneers, pine solids, wood products
||One Year Limited Warranty
|ASTM International F2057
||All our dressers and chests meet the labeling and stability testing requirements of ASTM International F2057, a voluntary stability standard for clothing storage furniture. We recommend you only purchase dressers and chests that comply with this important standard.
|Number of Drawers
Armoires / Dressers / Cabinets
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