13 November 2003
A WILLIAM AND MARY OYSTER-VENEERED WALNUT AND MARQUETRY CABINET-ON-STAND
Late 17th century, extensively restored in the 19th century
The rectangular top above a moulded cornice and convex frieze drawer, above a pair of doors inlaid with a central oval depicting hunting scenes, the sides as well as the reverse of the doors inlaid with birds, enclosing a fitted interior of ten drawers around a central door, the stand with one long frieze drawer and on spirally-turned legs joined by a waved X-stretcher and ending in bun feet, the drawers re-lined, the stand replaced, the marquetry embellished
59½ in. (151 cm.) high; 41 in. (104 cm.) wide; 18 in. (46 cm.) deep
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This lot is incorrectly labelled as lot 62 in the catalogue.
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