A Charles II walnut and featherbanded cabinet on stand, circa 1670

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A Charles II walnut and featherbanded cabinet on stand, circa 1670

The upper part with a pair of frieze drawers and a pair of cupboard doors enclosing nine various drawers around a central cupboard door enclosing four small drawers, the lower part with a long drawer on twist supports joined by flattened stretchers, on bun feet, 117cm wide, 51.5cm deep, 154cm high.

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Wood: Walnut
Period: Charles II
Origin: English
Condition: Good , Wear consistent with age & use
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This unusual cabinet on stand displays features of an early stage and date in the development of this form of cabinet: notably the twin flat fronted drawers, walnut drawer linings, sunken rather than surface mounted hinges and broad waist mouldings. The tight twists to the drawing of the legs would also seem to indicate an early date rather than the more 'open' twists seen in the later decades of the 17th century.

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