6 November 2008
AN AUGSBURG ROSEWOOD, EBONY AND PEWTER-INLAID TABLE CABINET
Decorated throughout with geometric patterns, the stepped and moulded lid enclosing two compartments, the lower with a mirror, the centre doors enclosing an arrangement of eight various sized drawers and with a door to each end enclosing further drawers, on short turned feet, two feet replaced
11½ in. (29 cm.) high; 12½ in. (32 cm.) wide; 7 in. (18 cm.) deep
Acquired from Blumka Gallery, New York.
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