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A fine George II bureau cabinet in a variety of West Indian mahogany with shaped mirror doors and carved architectural pediment above fitted bureau. The silver handles and escutcheons being made by Richard Gurney and Thomas Cook

Maker:  Maker Unknown

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A fine George II bureau cabinet in a variety of West Indian mahogany with shaped mirror doors and carved architectural pediment above fitted bureau. The silver handles and escutcheons being made by Richard Gurney and Thomas Cook, London 1736.

ID:  3157

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Cheshire

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