example of a Welsh oak cwpwrdd tridarn, from Snowdonia circa 1730.
the top tier it has the sought-after feature of wavy-slats above
panelled sides. On either side of the front, there is a well-turned
column ending in a shaped front-facing shaped shoe. The front rail of
the top section is heavily moulded ending at both sides in bold
middle section consists of two outside cupboard doors which have
well proportioned raised and fielded gothic panels either side of a
fixed panel with an ogee-shaped panel dissected by split-turnings.
base section has a row of three slim drawers with raised and fielded
panels above two cupboard doors, each with elongated gothic shaped
raised and fielded panels. At the centre of the base there are three
vertical raised and fielded panels, with the whole is supported on
four stile feet.
" high, 55.75 " wide, 21.5 " deep
cms high, 142 cms wide, 55 cms deep