17th century oak court cupboard

17th century oak court cupboard
Circa 1640
A 17th century oak joined court cupboard made in two sections. The upper part has a secret lift-up lid below the dental type moldings. The Elegant baluster shaped supports geometric molding with small ebony pieces. Angled side panels and central single door.
The lower section has a frieze drawer. Turned baluster support above a single shelf, supported on small shaped feet below a shaped frieze.
Charles 1st period, probably made in East Anglia in 1640's This period of furniture is sometimes referred as Laudian, after the Archbishop William Laud, 1573 -1645

Good with expected wear and tear of an item of this age.

48.23 inches
49.41 inches
17.32 inches
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