London, South Kensington
2 May 2001
A giltwood and composite display vitrine, late 19th/early 20th century
in the Louis XV style, the arched top with acanthus foliate scrolled cresting with floral frieze above a central glazed panel flanked at either side by canted acanthus and drop bell moulded stiles with a narrow glazed door at each side, enclosing a mirrored back and bottom with two adjustable glass shelves, on foliate cabriole legs with scrolled feet joined by a bowed floral and scrolled shell centred apron, some losses, doors locked --40in. (101.5cm.) wide, 75in. (190.5cm.) high, 14in. (35.5cm.) deep
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