Welsh dresser


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Welsh dresser

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(Antiques) a sideboard with drawers and cupboards below and open shelves above

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A "wire room" containing a Welsh dresser, a bed, clothing and a table and chairs, has won the top craft prize at the National Eisteddfod.
Spacious yet homely, it has an extensive range of units, granite worktops, a Welsh dresser and tall cupboards.
An advertisement placed in the Birmingham Mail for the grand opening of the Tyseley store showed three-piece suites for knocked down prices, stylish dining tables with wheel back chairs and Welsh dresser, and bedroom furniture finished in plush ivory and gilt.
I go abseiling and we explore caves and I have to walk a corgi, find a Snowdon lily and a nice Welsh dresser which proves to be a very interesting episode
The Welsh dresser was originally a horri and pain horrible orange pine which we sanded and painted.
Other quirky vintage details include wartime posters on the wall, a vintage Welsh dresser and strips of newspaper in the loo (next to the toilet roll) in case you're caught short.
Cefnwerthyd farmhouse was stylishly decorated with touches of tradition: a Welsh dresser, framed Welsh poems and even a Welsh dragon apron hanging up in the kitchen.
Similarly, in The Dresser, 2008, a nineteenth-century Welsh dresser is filled with simple vases and other vessels, all rigged with magnets.
There is only so much you can carry on to a train and that does not include a 36-inch television or flatpack Welsh dresser.
Mr Harling said his Welsh dresser was scorched by tools being used by workmen during the fitting of the kitchen.
On opening the door of a Welsh dresser, a torrent of books of pink stamps - the sort given away at petrol stations - cascaded out.
Q ONE of the drawers on our Welsh dresser never lines up with the front.

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