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A pair of George III satinwood and tulipwood crossbanded side cabinets, circa 1800, in the manner of Holland & Sons

Restricted SpeciesUK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

6,000 - 10,000 GBP

Property from a Distinguished Private Collection

A pair of George III satinwood and tulipwood crossbanded side cabinets, circa 1800, in the manner of Holland & Sons

A pair of George III satinwood and tulipwood crossbanded side cabinets, circa 1800, in the manner of Holland & Sons

Estimate:

6,000 - 10,000 GBP

Lot sold:

10,710

GBP

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Property from a Distinguished Private Collection

A pair of George III satinwood and tulipwood crossbanded side cabinets, circa 1800, in the manner of Holland & Sons


the D-shaped tops above a frieze drawer with ivory handles, above a pair of cupboard doors with pleated silk and brass grilles, opening to reveal a single shelf, between fluted tapering uprights, on turned tapering feet. Reverse of one with manuscript label reading 'Mrs W. J. Drake'

Larger 91cm. high, 99cm. wide, 38cm. deep; 2ft 11¾in., 3ft. 3in., 1ft. 3in.. Smaller 91cm., 91.5cm. wide, 37.5cm. deep; 2ft. 11¾in., 3ft., 1ft. 2¾in.

Of superior quality, displaying fine timbers and craftsmanship. Significant variation in width of both, suggesting that they were conceived with a particular space in mind. Condition is very good and they have undergone some restoration. Some veneers and cross-banded mouldings reattached and/or replaced. Splits to returns of each cabinet, some of which have been secured in the past. Handles later. Silk lining to exterior and interior possible replaced. Otherwise with very minor typical scuffs and scratches, consistent with age and use. A smart pair of cabinets.


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Acquired from Mallett & Son (Antiques) Ltd.