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A George II mahogany and burr-yew bureau de dame

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1765)

Description: 

A George II mahogany and burr-yew bureau de dame, circa 1765, the shaped bureau with inlaid yew wood panel top above a shaped flap, walnut-veneered and inlaid with sprays of flowers and etched scrolls, crossbanded in calamander and enclosing an interior of drawers and pigeon holes, the frieze fitted with three shaped drawers, yew veneers and crossbanded in calamander in square cut cabriole legs with gilt-metal sabot with sides panelled and gilt-metal lifting handles, 99cm. by 76cm.

ID:  8723

Currently kept at: Burghley House

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Lincolnshire

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