London, South Kensington
13 September 2005
AN ENGLISH OAK, WALNUT AND COCUSWOOD ENCLOSED CHEST
SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY, WITH LATER PARQUETRY TOP
The front decorated with raised moulded panels and split bobbin turnings with a shallow frieze drawer above a deep drawer, centred by a tromp l'oeil architectural panel and a pair of doors enclosing three long drawers on moulded style feet, the chest in two sections
49½in. (126cm.) high, 48in. (122cm.) wide, 25in. (63cm.) deep
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D. Winsor, 'Photo Finish', The World of Interiors. June 1983, pg.161.
Robin Muir, 'The Legacy of Angus', The World of Interiors, September 2005.
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