21 October 1999
A REGENCY BRASS-MOUNTED ROSEWOOD LOW SIDE CABINET
The rectangular crossbanded top above three cedar-lined frieze drawers and three silk-backed trellis-panelled doors, each enclosing an adjustable shelf, the sides with conforming panels, with overall boxwood and ebonized line inlay, on ring-turned toupie feet, possibly reduced in height (see below)
28in. (72.5cm.) high, 74in. (189cm.) wide, 26in. (66cm.) deep
The Oscar-Dixon family, Kenwick Hall, Louth, Lincolnshire.
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