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A burr-walnut and parcel-gilt cabinet, the cabinet and stand circa 1795, by Fell & Newton, the interior circa 1700.

The rectangular simulated marble top with three-quarter pierced brass gallery above a pair of doors with gilt mouldings and above a frieze drawer with similar moulding and flanked by ebonised and parcel-gilt pilasters; the interior walnut-veneered and containing an arrangement of drawers surrounding a central cupboard with secret drawers behind, the stand moulded and decorated with applied gilt and flowerhead paterae, on female-headed square tapering legs with scales and lion paw feet, 139cm by 102cm.

 

REFERENCE: FUR0497

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