A DUTCH BURR WALNUT AND WALNUT CLOTHES PRESS
A DUTCH BURR WALNUT AND WALNUT CLOTHES PRESS

EARLY 18TH CENTURY

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A DUTCH BURR WALNUT AND WALNUT CLOTHES PRESS
EARLY 18TH CENTURY
Feather-banded overall, with a pair of panelled doors enclosing a shelf and three drawers, the base with two short and two long drawers, originally fitted with additional shelves and drawers, the metalwork and three feet replaced, inscribed 'CURRIE S147' in chalk, and 'AMSTERDAM' in the interior, the cornice replaced
79 ½ in. (212 cm.) high; 64.1.2 in. (164 cm.) wide; 21 ½ in. (55 cm.) deep
Provenance
Bertram Wodehouse Currie (d.1896) and by descent to
Captain Bertram Currie (d.1959), Dingley Hall, Northants and thence by descent

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Carys Bingham
Carys Bingham

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Lot Essay

A similar press or tweedeurskabinet but with moulded panels in the doors is illustrated in Annigle Hofstede, Nederlandse Meubelen, 2005, p. 22, fig. 14.

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