Sweet chestnut is a durable, versatile timber, normally a pale colour throughout. In some older trees whose roots are colonised by beefsteak fungus (Fistulina hepatica), the fungi react with the tannin-rich timber causing streaks of colour to run through the otherwise pale wood. Tannin is a great natural preservative found in oak and sweet chestnut, hence ‘tanning’ of leather.

This dresser demands to be made time and time again, be it for the kitchen, dining room, hallway or living room. A really useful, elegant piece which embodies our mantra of ‘strength and beauty’.

All the drawers are on soft, self-closing runners with full extension.


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