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A George I black "Japanned" cabinet on stand

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George I black "Japanned" cabinet on stand, circa 1720, the cabinet fitted with engraved brass hinges corner plates and escutcheons and with a pair of doors enclosing an arrangement of eleven drawers around a door, the stand with a shallow frieze drawer and upon cabriole legs with pad feet

ID:  5575

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