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A George I style mahogany and scarlet lacquer cabinet on stand by Henry Samuel, late 19th century
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A George I style mahogany and scarlet lacquer cabinet on stand by Henry Samuel, late 19th century
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Recollections of Places Past, Property from the Estate of Sir John and Lady Smith

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A George I style mahogany and scarlet lacquer cabinet on stand by Henry Samuel, late 19th century
with engraved brass mounts and carrying handles, the solid mahogany doors enclosing a lacquered interior of fifteen small drawers, the George II stand with a drawer, the back branded 'H. Samuel' in two places and '484 Oxford St / London' once
121cm. high, 94cm. wide, 51cm. deep; 3ft. 1½in., 2ft. 1in., 1ft. 7¾in.
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Provenance

Guy Oswald Smith (1861-1928) or Rose Marguerite Smith (1866-1942)

Literature

Inventory of the Property of Guy O. Smith at 19 Hill Street, 1927, 'Front Drawing Room / A mahogany cabinet of fifteen drawers decorated in red and gold lacquer in the Oriental taste, enclosed by a pair of folding doors with chased gold mounts and supported on a stand with drawer, carved border and legs 37" wide';
Inventory of the Property of Rose O. Smith at 25 Chesham Place, 1931, 'Drawing Room / 3ft. 0-in Mahogany cabinet containing 15 red Lac front drawers, decorated elaborate engraved brass mounts on stand with carved mouldings and feet on stand'

Recollections of Places Past, Property from the Estate of Sir John and Lady Smith

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London