London, South Kensington
27 November 2007
A GEORGE III ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY CABINET ON STAND
LATE 18TH EARLY 19TH CENTURY
With a pierced brass three quarter gallery above a pair of doors enclosing eighteen variously sized doors all with ivory knob handles, the stand with a frieze drawer and small drop leaves on square tapering legs
48in. (122cm.) high; 28in. (71cm.) wide; 13½in. (35cm.) deep
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