Early 19th century rosewood side cabinet

Early 19th century rosewood side cabinet
Circa 1810
A fine George III period rosewood break-fronted side cabinet strung throughout in ebony. The top is inlaid with a wide crossbanding of satinwood.
The central pair of doors are flanked by a single door on each side all with pleated silk panels. The cupboards each incorporate two non-adjustable shelves.
The whole is raised on square tapering feet.
The colour of the rosewood has faded to a gorgeous honey colour and as the proportions of this piece are small and shallow it makes it the perfect piece for an apartment or small house.



Condition
Good

W
147.00cm
57.87 inches
H
84.00cm
33.07 inches
D
35.00cm
13.78 inches
Origin
England
Medium
Rosewood, satinwood
Reference
81162
£14,750.00

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