London, South Kensington
15 May 2002
The Property of the Estate of the late Lord Farnham
A mid-Victorian ebony veneered and gilt metal mounted vitrine cabinet
The stepped breakfront superstructure with inset rouge royale marble to the top with a pierced three-quarter gallery and bevelled, glazed doors, the lower section with a glazed panel and a frieze drawer, the frieze centred by a female foliate mask, on foliate headed cabriole legs with sabots, hinges stamped 'HORNE PATENT'
48¼in. (122.5cm.) high; 45in. (114cm.) wide; 23¼in. (59cm.) deep
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