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A Queen Anne walnut and parcel-gilt bureau cabinet

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A Queen Anne walnut and parcel-gilt bureau cabinet, the broken architectural pediment with leaf-carved gilt moulding centred by a carved giltwood cartouche, the single bevelled mirror doors cross and feather-banded enclosing shelves, pigeon-holes, two short and one long drawer, the bureau similarly banded and with fall front enclosing a bank of six drawers and pigeon-holes above, four graduated long drawers cross and feather-banded and with brass ring handles, raised on shaped bracket feet, circa 1710.

ID:  3167

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Surrey

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