A masterpiece of cabinet making prowess, this fine mid-18th-century mahogany breakfront cabinet exhibits astonishing ingenuity, the central bank of three graduated drawers with serpentine fronts below a single long drawer which spans the width of the cabinet, the sides above cupboard doors, the right-hand side revealing a bank of 3 oak drawers and shelves on the left. The whole raised on bracket feet with ogee aprons left and right.

England, circa 1765

Height 83.5cm 33 inches
Width 121cm 47 1/2 inches
Depth 53cm 21 inches

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Suggested Further Reading:

The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Director Chippendale, Thomas


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