Back in the early 70's, when we bought our first farmhouse in France, it was common to find furniture abandoned in houses. You bought the house, and all that came with it; in our case that even included an ancient Peugeot car that we found half buried in the huge stone barn.
In that first house was a very heavy kitchen sideboard, a dismantled longcase clock (in several pieces), and the dresser above (amongst other bits and bobs).
It's not particularly old, not particularly wonderful, but extremely handy for storing all our white antique bowls, plates, and nick-knacks. I think it probably dates from the early 1900's, and is poorly constructed from cheap knotty pine. Luckily the fashion for stripping pine furniture never really happened in France, and these lovely old painted country pieces are still to be found everywhere.
I'm very fond of our dresser; even more so as it was FREE.