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An early 18th Century English walnut display cabinet/ bookcase of rare form with finely figured walnut veneers and high quality crossgrain mouldings with bevelled glazed panels fitted to the doors of both the upper and lower sections, finely engraved brass escutcheons, the whole standing on bracket feet. This piece has excellent patina and colour. This cabinet was possibly used for the display of oriental porcelain, the collecting of which was much in vogue at the time. Circa 1720.
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Excellent. Detailed condition report available on request..
81 in. H x 40 in. W x 13 in. D
206 cm H x 102 cm W x 33 cm D
Salisbury Wiltshire, United Kingdom
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