24 April 1997
AN OAK CWPWRDD DEUDDARN
North Wales, early 19th Century
With moulded cornice and drop-pendant frieze, above a pair of ogee fielded panel doors, with three frieze drawers and a pair of twin fielded panel doors below, on stile feet, the bottomboards of the drawers replaced, the handles replaced
40 in. (101 cm.) wide; 68½ in. (174 cm.) high; 20½ in. (52 cm.)
Anonymous sale, Phillips Ipswich, 27 March 1996.
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A related example is illustrated in Victor Chinnery, Oak Furniture, The British Tradition, Woodbridge, 1979, p. 326, fig. 3.280.
A similar cupboard was sold anonymously at Christie's South Kensington, 6th November 1996, lot 683.
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