Hare And Moon Bygone Nostalgic Chest Of Drawers

Chest of drawers Sideboard Tall Boy Handmade Bespoke Mix of Antique Vintage Retro Modern
Chest of drawers Sideboard Tall Boy Handmade Bespoke Mix of Antique Vintage Retro Modern
This piece is a collaboration of talents. Christopher Roe, cabinet maker and furniture restorer. Dar'ya Meszkes Artist and Artisan.
This piece is a collaboration of talents.
Christopher Roe, cabinet maker and furniture restorer.
Dar’ya Meszkes Artist and Artisan.
Vintage antique illustration, hand painted hare
Vintage antique illustration, hand painted hare
 Hand turned Wooden knob.
Hand turned Wooden knob.
Hand painted moon And moth
Hand painted moon And moth
And the key illustration, inspired by an old match box with key drawing motif.
And the key illustration, inspired by an old match box with key drawing motif.

Here we have on offer our Hare And Moon Bygone Nostalgic Chest Of Drawers.

This piece is a collaboration of talents.

Christopher Roe, cabinet maker and furniture restorer.

Dar’ya Meszkes Artist and Artisan.

A fusion of design, style and use of materials. Marrying Retro with vintage and Antique giving a classical feel but with a contemporary edge.

Old odd drawers lost from their original use, abandoned, found or donated, carefully and thoughtfully restored with use of reclaimed Oak and Mahogany, including the replacement of all drawer runners to give a second life of smooth form and function.

The eye catching focal point of this piece is the skilfully applied hand painted decoration.
Inspired by children’s books mysterious legends, fairy tales and old book illustrations.The Hare was inspired by the artist’s fascination of natural history. Insects and animals, old fairy tales, movement and speed.

The Moon Dreams, inspired by surrealism, the dreaming world and fantasy.

And the key illustration, inspired by an old match box with key drawing motif.

The carcase is constructed from reclaimed 17 mm plywood ,giving a retro 1950’s feel .Each corner has been through mitred, displaying beauty in construction giving a seamless joint and avoiding an exposed plywood edge on the sides. The plywood has been left open on the front edge to enjoy the detail of the construction of the material itself. This adds to the design and gives an industrial modernist flavour.

The leg style is classic 1950’s design. A splay leg, hand crafted in Beech wood, adding lightness to the structure. The wood was reworked from broken and abandoned 1970’s chair frames.
The drawer finishes have been reworked and polished with traditional Shellac and handmade wax polishes.

The carcase has been stained with traditional vandyke water stain to enhance the veneers and blend with the older surfaces. Finished in a modern and durable satin glaze finish and waxed with handmade carnauba and beeswax polish.

We love this piece and we hope you will too!

 

 

 

 

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