Early 19th Century Regency Period Mahogany Four Door Side Cabinet

Early 19th Century Regency Period Mahogany Four Door Side Cabinet
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Early 19th Century Regency Period Mahogany Four Door Side Cabinet

In the manner of GEORGE SMITH CABINET MAKER (1786-1826)
England
1810
The mahogany top with rounded corners and veneered frieze sits above tapered reeded columns that stand on carved paw feet. The four mahogany doors with ebony stringing and lozenge-shaped escutcheons and silk pleats open to reveal adjustable shelves.
H 78.50cm (30.91 inches) W 173.00cm (68.11 inches) D 40.00cm (15.75 inches)
SOLD
Stock No: F694

Condition

Excellent, with recently renewed silk pleats.

Provenance

George Smith's "COLLECTION OF DESIGNS FOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATION" first published in 1808.
George Smith's designs embodied motifs and forms derived from Hope, Sheraton, Holland and major French designers of the period.

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