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A REGENCY BRASS-MOUNTED ROSEWOOD AND GILT SIDE CABINET

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A REGENCY BRASS-MOUNTED ROSEWOOD AND GILT SIDE CABINET
The moulded rectangular marble top above a pair of silk-lined doors enclosing two shelves and centred by a rosette and flanked to each side by a lion monopodia on an inverted breakfront plinth, restorations
38¼ in. (97 cm.) wide; 36¼ in. (92 cm.) high; 11¾ in. (30 cm.) deep

Lot Essay

The cabinet's leopard monopodia relate to those on a suite of furniture supplied circa 1805 by Gillows of Oxford Street, London, to Colonel Hughes for Kinmel Park, Denbighshire. One of the daybeds from the Kinmell Park suite was sold from the collection of Mr. Edward Sarofim in these Rooms, 16 November 1995, lot 143 and its pair is in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (inv. no. W.38-1930). A related pier table with leopard monopodia, and attributed to Gillows, was sold anonymously in these Rooms, 6 February 1997, lot 175.
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