A lovely “High Country” two piece pine, grain painted dresser base and plate rack…Welsh Cupboard, with an opening in the bottom referred to as a “dog kennel”. Pieces like this were often found in a large kitchen and the little alcove at the bottom was often occupied by the family dog. This piece was made by Phillip Wheeler, circa 1886, the interior of the right door is stamped “P. Wheeler, Cabinet Maker and Undertaker, High Street, Narberth”. The four tiered plate rack has ample room to display loads of china and there are hooks for cups and tankards. Great look and size for any home…a pretty and practical piece!