29 November 2001
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY
A GEORGE I WALNUT SECRETAIRE-TALLBOY
Cross and featherbanded on the front, the canted rectangular cavetto cornice above three short and three long graduated drawers, flanked by fluted angles, the lower section with a fitted secretaire-drawer with six small drawers and eight pigeon-holes, above three long graduated drawers, the bottom drawer centred by an apsidal demi-starburst, on later bracket feet, one drawer inscribed in ink 'A Seymour Kerr 1884', with Belfast depository label, with remains of two blue paper labels, the handles apparently original, the inside of the secretaire flap probably reveneered, lacking one interior drawer
74 in. (188 cm.) high; 41¾ in. (106 cm.) wide; 22½ in. (57 cm.) deep
A. Seymour Kerr, 1884.
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