24 April 1997
AN OAK PRESS CUPBOARD
North Wales, mid-18th Century
Chequer-banded and crossbanded, with moulded cornice and deep frieze above a pair of doors, each with twin ogee-arched fielded panels and horizontal fielded panels below, the lower section with three dummy drawers and an arrangement of five true drawers below, on stile feet, restorations to drawer-linings and runners, handles replaced
Acquired from Timothy Wilson, Yorkshire, 1990.
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This lot and lot 291 have the same deeply fielded ogee arched panels that tend to be associated with the Llanrwst district of Denbighshire, North Wales.
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