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Early 18th century black lacquer cabinet on a carved giltwood stand

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

Early 18th century black lacquer cabinet on a carved giltwood stand, fitted with an arrangement of eleven small drawers, enclosed by a pair of doors mounted with decorative pierced and engraved brass strap hinges and corner brackets, the exterior of the doors decorated with a pair of cockerels in a chinoiserie landscape in gilt and iron red with similar decoration to the interior, the giltwood stand with a deep apron rail profusely carved and pierced with acanthus leaves, a figure of Apollo to the centre and two attendant amorini, the four scroll legs similarly carved with acanthus leaves and each with a well modelled amorini in full relief at the capitol, 42in. wide.

ID:  14179

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Nottinghamshire

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