London, South Kensington
27 November 2007
A VICTORIAN GILT METAL MOUNTED BURR WALNUT AND TULIPWOOD CROSSBANDED CREDENZA
THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
Of broken D-shaped outline, with glazed doors enclosing shelves and mirrors, divided by stiles with scrolled foliate and shell clasps, on a conforming plinth base, the centre mirror of later date, inscribed in chalk to the reverse, 'SYMES'.
35½in. (90cm.) high; 62in. (158cm.) wide; 17in. (43cm.) deep
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