I would suggest looking around for some furniture consignment stores. When we lived in Orange County, we were very close to Leisure World. Nice expensive retirement 'world' my paternal grandparents actually retired to. Nice as it is/was, it was NOT as large as people's good sized homes were, and they had to downsize extensively. There were numerous consignment stores around Leisure World, some of which were high end antique stores in all but name. Gorgeous, fabulous furniture - most of it well out of my price range, then and now. However, snooping around, I found a lower end one, and I found a dresser there. I've been told it's over 100 years old. It's cherry, with some nice carving up the front side edges. Good solid dove tailing joins all drawer fronts to drawer bodies. I paid less than a tenth of what the same construction would have cost me brand new. That was in the early 1990's, and all the new stuff I found in the basic shape I like (not quite a high boy, but also not low and wide) had stapled drawer construction, plywood bits, and cost close to $1000. I had gotten a cheap pine dresser for my children from a bare wood furniture store, and those drawers were stapled together, and I got them repaired 3 times before I threw the dresser away. It was a huge exercise in frustration for me.
Snoop your neighborhoods for antique stores and consignment stores. Go online and see what you find, check them on Yelp, and go walk around the stores frequently. You may well find just what you like. I've seen everything from fairly modern to good faux or real antiques at consignment stores, and the price is most always far less than brand new, AND the construction is better.