S/675 George III Mahogany Bow Fronted Hanging Corner Cupboard
The stepped and concave sectioned cornice is above a frieze decorated with burnished boxwood and sycamore inlay, the central one of a shell and the outer two of a single leaf, and a band of keyhole inlay of holly and boxwood.
The two doors are each decorated with a central inlay of burnished boxwood and sycamore depicting a bird amongst foliage and to each of the top corners of each door is a conforming quadrant of a leaf. Each door is outlined with two lines of boxwood stringing and are fitted with ivory escutcheons, lock and key. The interior comprises of three bowed shelves and the base shelf, painted in traditional dark green.
The whole, with a sectioned base moulding, is a good honey colour, in good condition and retains a patination.
27¼ in. (69.5 cm.) Wide
18¼ (46.5 cm.) Deep
41 in. (104 cm.) High
English Circa 1790