CARVED OAK LIVERY CABINET ON STAND LATE 18TH CENTURY
A splendid Period Oak Livery Cupboard dating from the 18th Century.
The upper part of this superbly carved piece has two doors enclosing a shelved cupboard, this stands on a pot board base supported by turned and carved pillars and it stands on chunky bun feet.
The cornice is elaborately and the door panels are carved with stylised flora and leaves and there is further decoration around the pot board base.
A fine carved oak cabinet on stand depicting a pair of soldiers in armour preparing for battle,supported by a pair of lower turned column supports.
A heavy planked bottom panel infilled with back panelling all being nicely waxed and with good patina.
There is excellent detail throughout with deep carved panels in relief.A pair of opening doors to the front,reveals a central fixed centre support.
Finished to top and bottom edges with bevalled architraving.
The cabinet has round ball feet to the front.
Old lock still in situ with key for upper doors.Brush waxed all over and buffed.
Some evidence of very old wood worm,all dead and treated regardless,although this has occured over 100 years ago.
All tiny holes waxed over and not seen,adding charactor and charm to a very aged piece of furniture.
MEASUREMENTS: Height 58 Inches / Width 31 Inches / Depth 17 Inches
UK MAINLAND ONLY BY MAN & VAN ( Allow 7-10 Days ) Extra Cost £80
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