23 April 2009
A GEORGE IV OAK BEDSIDE CUPBOARD
ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM ATKINSON, FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY
The rectangular moulded top above a hinged flap with two ebonised handles and two Gothic arched panels above a drawer enclosing a circular lid and ceramic bowl by Burgess and Lee stamped 'IO', between Gothic arched uprights and Gothic arched side panels, on a plinth base
32 in. (81.5 cm.) high; 23 in. (58.5 cm.) wide; 19¼ in. (49 cm.) deep
David William Murray, 3rd Earl of Mansfield (d. 1840), Scone Palace, Perthshire; and by descent until sold Christie's, London, 24 May 2007, lot 410.
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