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About the object
The cabinet Japanese and the stand English, circa 1700
A fine late 17th, early 18th century silvered mounted Japanese black and gilt lacquer cabinet on a William and Mary silvered stand; the cabinet decorated throughout, including the top, with birds and pavilions within mountain landscapes.
With a pair of doors with silvered and engraved mounts, hinges and lock plates opening to reveal ten drawers of differing sizes similarly decorated together with a nashiji border; the sides of the cabinet later decorated and with carrying handles.
The stand profusely carved with foliage and flowers, the apron centred by a putti on a floral swag, on cabriole legs with scrolled feet. Replacement to some metalwork, restorations and refreshments to decoration and to base.