George II 18th Century Period Mahogany Clothes Press

George II 18th Century Period Mahogany Clothes Press
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George II 18th Century Period Mahogany Clothes Press

Attributed to GILES GRENDEY, CABINET-MAKER (1693-1780)
England
Circa 1745
The broken architectural pediment sits above two faded flamed mahogany 'cartouche' panelled doors. The clothes press opens to reveal the original oak-lined trays. The trays still retain the original embroidery and stud work decoration to the front edges. The clothes press is low-waisted and sits on two short and one long drawer. The oak-lined drawers retain the original gilt brass handles and escutcheons and the press stands on ogee bracket feet.

H 204.00cm (80.31 inches) W 122.00cm (48.03 inches) D 56.00cm (22.05 inches)
£14,500
Stock No: F986
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