5 April 2001
A MAHOGANY CABINET
The moulded inverted-breakfront rectangular cornice with scrolling acanthus leaves, above a moulded stepped frieze and four panelled doors with egg-and-dart borders, enclosing a plain interior with one adjustable shelf, flanked by fluted pilasters, the sides conformingly panelled, on a rectangular inverted breakfront base, losses to the mouldings
89½ in. (227 cm.) high; 67 in. (170 cm.) wide; 26 in. (66 cm.) deep
Almost certainly Sir Alexander Henderson, 1st Baron Faringdon (1850-1934) or his grandson, Sir Alexander Henderson, 2nd Baron Faringdon (1902-1977), Buscot Park, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, and by descent to
The Faringdon Collection Trust, sold in these Rooms, 29 June 1978, lot 85 where bought by the present owner.
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