London, South Kensington
13 September 2005
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL WALNUT ARMOIRE
SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY
With a moulded cornice and panelled foliate carved frieze, centred by a beaded cabochon carved with the letter 'L' above a pair of moulded panelled and carved doors, and with steel strap work mounts, enclosing shelves and two shallow drawers, the scrolled apron carved with a vase of leafly branches on scrolled cabriole legs, stamped inside the left door 'P.L' and with hand written paper label
100in. (254cm.) high, 63in. (160cm.) wide, 27in. (69cm.) deep
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M.Prendergast, 'Flemings Hall-The Remarkable Home of Angus McBean', Australian Home Journal, May 1982, pg.26.
Robin Muir, 'The Legacy of Angus', The World of Interiors, September 2005.
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