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Lot 126: ATTRIBUTED TO THE GUILD OR SCHOOL OF HANDICRAFTS ARTS & CRAFTS GREEN STAINED OAK SIDE CABINET, CIRCA 1900 123cm wide, 140cm high, 30...
26 October 2016
Edinburgh, United KingdomLive Auction
ATTRIBUTED TO THE GUILD OR SCHOOL OF HANDICRAFTS
ARTS & CRAFTS GREEN STAINED OAK SIDE CABINET, CIRCA 1900
the superstructure with three bevelled mirror plates above a shaped top and two panelled doors enclosed by open shelves supported by ring turned columns and backed by copper panels, each repoussé decorated with peacocks
123cm wide, 140cm high, 30cm deep
- of general good restored condition and appearance
- the green staining has been refreshed throughout, there is some evidence of the original green surface to the feet
- the inset wood panels to the doors are slightly bowed and covered in modern fabric, these are loose in the door frames, lacking clips
- mirror plates and brass panels in good condition
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