London, South Kensington
11 April 2001
An oak standing corner cupboard, early 19th century
the later stand and carving later, with a gadrooned cornice and a foliate decorated arcaded frieze with an astragal glazed door enclosing shelves between fluted angles, the stand with a foliate-decorated undulating apron joined by an undertier below, on square sectioned legs -- 28in. (71cm.) wide, 171in. (180cm.) high, 16in. (41cm.) deep
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