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A George III ormolu-mounted marquetry writing-cabinet attributed to Ince and Mayhew

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George III ormolu-mounted marquetry writing-cabinet attributed to Ince and Mayhew, the upper part with two doors inlaid with oval panels of classical females within key-pattern and floret borders opening to reveal a fitted interior with two short drawers and pigeonholes, with brushing slide in the frieze and three long drawers below inlaid with bow, arrow, flowers and foliage, the sides with shaped panels of owls and amphorae, the top with a shaped yew-wood cartouche with gadrooned borders 29in. wide

ID:  17933

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Hampshire

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