Dimensions:W: 96.5cm (38")H: 144.8cm (57")D: 49.5cm (19.5")
A late 17th century (circa 1680) oak press cupboard of small proportion and good patina (colour) - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
This cupboard consists of a moulded cornice to the top with carved frieze below with turned drop finials.
This leads down to the top section, this having two doors with recessed panels and carved tulip, floral and foliate decoration with original steel metalware, the doors opening to reveal one shelf for storage.
The lower section consists of an unusual feature of an oak brushing slide with leather panel, two drawers below with steel handles and brass escutcheons (not original).
This leads down to two doors, as above with recessed panels and tulip, floral and foliate carved decoration with original steel metalware, below having a moulded edge, all supported on turned feet to the front and stile feet to the back with panelled ends.
This piece is in good original condition for age, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home.
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