Early 19th Century Regency Period Rosewood Brass Inlaid Two Door Side Cabinet

Early 19th Century Regency Period Rosewood Brass Inlaid Two Door Side Cabinet
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Early 19th Century Regency Period Rosewood Brass Inlaid Two Door Side Cabinet

England
Circa 1805
The rectangular brass inlaid top fitted with the original triple plinth fleur-de-lys gallery sits above two mahogany lined drawers. The brass decoration to the cabinet is of London quality and has been expertly cut and inlaid. The cabinet is fitted with a single shelf and the silk pleated doors carry the original brass semi-elliptical grills and stand on turned bun feet.
H 86.00cm (33.86 inches) W 113.00cm (44.49 inches) D 30.00cm (11.81 inches)
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Stock No: F682

Condition

It is in excellent condition.

Literature

It is unusual to have concealed drawers. This is a great touch by the cabinet maker.
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