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Antique Oak Cabinet, Profusely Carved, C17th & Later - London Fine Antiques

Antique Oak Cabinet, Profusely Carved, C17th & Later

Our Stock # R0741

This is a magnificently carved antique two door cabinet, elements dating to the 17th century later constructed into a cabinet in the 19th century.

  • Profuse deep relief carving with great interest throughout
  • Solid two plank top displaying medullary rays with bull nose edge finish
  • Reciprocating floral and foliate carving to oblique upper frieze
  • A pair of panel doors worked with birds, urns and foliage
  • Doors dressed with later lion mask, ring handles
  • Inside left door carved to depict a Bishop holding the Devil's tongue
  • Inside right door carved to depict an angel administering a lady
  • Inside cupboard space divided in two by single shelf
  • Chamfered plinth with geometric carved interest
  • Raised on ball feet

A fascinating construction with huge interest, solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.

Max Width: 107cm (42")
Max Depth: 41cm (16.25")
Max Height: 89cm (35")

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