London, South Kensington
27 November 2007
A GEORGE I WALNUT AND FEATHERBANDED BUREAU CABINET
EARLY 18TH CENTURY
With a moulded cornice above a pair of bevelled mirrored doors enclosing a divided interior with darwers and pigeon holes and with two candle slides below, the fall front fitted with further drawers and pigeon holes and with two short and two long drawers below, bracket and later turned feet, possibly re-veneered and with later elements
82in. (208cm.) high; 39½in. (100cm.) wide; 24in. (61cm.) deep
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