Oxford,The Manor House at Clifton Hampden
25 - 26 September 2000
A George III mahogany estate cabinet
The rectangular plain cornice above a pair of cupboard doors enclosing a number of variously-sized pigeon-holes and two shelves, the uppermost shelf with smaller adjustable shelf to the rear edge, the lower section with two panelled doors enclosing a fitted interior of variously-sized shelves, on a moulded plinth with shaped bracket feet, waist moulding replaced, previously with additional cornice, several labels to the shelves of the lower section inscribed 'vouchers for 1864'
52¾in. (134cm.) wide, 84½in. (214cm.) high, 18in. (46cm.) deep
The Country Seat, sold Sotheby's London, 4 June 1999, lot 270.
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