8 April 2004
A WILLIAM IV ORMOLU-MOUNTED AND POLYCHROME-PAINTED MAPLE CABINET
The shaped cresting above an angle cornice and a pair of chinoiserie decorated doors depicting birds within foliage between plain pilasters and enclosing three slides, the lower section with lozenge paneled doors further decorated with birds and also enclosing three slides between foliate scrolled volutes on gadrooned bun feet
90½in. (230cm.) high, 50in. (127cm.) wide, 24in. (61cm.) wide
Christopher Gibbs Esq., The Manor House at Clifden Hampden; Christie's House sale, 25-26 September 2000, lot 38.
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