S/614 Early Nineteenth Century Mahogany Canterbury
The three slatted divisions are united by solid mahogany supports, with four square corners. To each side is a rope twist decorative design. The base is fitted with a full width, oak lined drawer and has two brass knob handles, with a conforming false drawer to the other side.
The whole is raised on four conforming ring turned legs, terminating in brass cap castors and is a good colour, retaining a patination.
(handles replaced and legs replaced at a later date)
19 in. (48.5 cm.) Wide
13 in. (33 cm.) Deep
20½ in. (52 cm.) High
Scottish Circa 1820