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Mid-17th century oak and cedar spice cabinet.

Dates: circa 1650.

Dimensions:

38.50cm high (15.16 inches high).
37.50cm wide (14.76 inches wide).
27.50cm deep (10.83 inches deep).

Description / Expertise:

- Particularly fine example with deep cushion and geometric mouldings.
- Atmospheric piece with character.
- Secret drawers add intrigue.

A rare mid-17th century oak and cedar spice cabinet with geometric and cushion mouldings. The front with a single door with a deep central cushion moulded geometric panel in cedar and other exotic woods. Framed by four oak geometric moulded panels within a cedar and snakewood surround enclosing a pair of oak geometric panels above and below and two vertical oak geometric panels on each end. Later brass escutcheon, probably 19th century the lock also and the hinges original. The edge of the cabinet decorated in punchwork. The sides and top with fine medullary ray detailing. The fitted interior with original brass handles and fittings. The upper drawers fitted with secret drawers. The central compartment with three small drawers with original drop handles. On bun feet. Original keys.

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Medium: Fruitwood.

Origin: England.

Condition: Good

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  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
  • Our clients are protected by BADA’s code of conduct
  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
  • Bada.org is a non-profit site: clients deal directly with members and they pay no hidden fees
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