An unusual Charles II architectural oak enclosed chest

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An unusual Charles II architectural oak enclosed chest.

The upper section with dentil-moulded cornice and a pair of frieze drawers decorated with strap-work, above a deep drawer applied with two pairs of male heads flanked by tapering cabochon-mounted columns, the lower section with a pair of doors applied with large cabochon-centred raised ovals and also flanked by similar tapering columns, inside the cupboard a further three oak drawers, 128cm wide, 62cm deep, 125cm high. This unusual chest with its architectural detail of tapered pilasters, panels centred with ovals and carved masks has broad similarities to the famous Jacobean screen at Audley End, near Saffron Walden in Essex.

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Period: Charles II

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