Price

£4500.00

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A Charming George I Period Burr Elm And Walnut Bow
Fronted Wall Hanging Corner Cupboard Having Superbly
Figured Pair Of Doors With Crossbanded And Inlaid 
Decoration Retaining Original Brass Hinges And 
Escutcheons Enclosing Shelves

(This beautiful corner cupboard retains a superb rich colour
and patina along with its original brassier. It is much rare to 
find the early burr elm and walnut examples of these items
than their mahogany counterparts which generally came
later in the 18th Century. From a practical perspective of
course this item is very much fit for purpose and what a
huge variety of purposes corner cupboards can fill, slotting
subtly into the corner of each and every room in a house if 
required, offering you vital extra storage options that you 
didn't previously even know existed) 

Circa 1720

Height - 45.5in
Width - 26.5in
Depth - 19in

Price

£4500.00

Stock number

8203

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  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
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