PAIR OF GEORGE III SATINWOOD, TULIPWOOD & ROSEWOOD
BOW-FRONTED COLLECTORS CABINETS with Old Sheffield Plate Mounts
Each 2-part cabinet with a raised brass gallery above cupboard doors enclosing an arrangement of drawers and pigeon-holes,
the lower section with a baize-lined brushing slide above conforming doors, one enclosing adjustable shelves, the other interior
fitted with five drawers, raised on plinth bases and concealed casters; engraved Old Sheffield Plate mounts; string inlay to the sides;
mahogany secondary woods; raised on recessed casters
Ref : These unusual cabinets recall a dressing commode illustrated in Catalogue of Commodes, Lucy Wood,
London 1994, no. 36, pp. 26-282. The bow-fronted form, neat construction and use of dark and light woods,
as well as Old Sheffield Plate handles, are features shared by each.
(For more information on Mr. Wilson, please click the above link).
Condition : Excellent; with several minor replacements to the veneer on the plinth bases; one loss to lower corner molding
on the base of upper section to the right example
Price: Please Inquire
For additional images see below, and additional page
Left Example, with Old Sheffield Plate mounts to the drawers in the lower section
Right Example with shelves below and drawers in the upper section
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M. Ford Creech Antiques & Fine Arts / 581 South Perkins Road / Memphis, TN 38117 / USA / Wed.-Sat. 11-6, or by appointment
Pair of George III Satinwood, Tulipwood & Rosewood Bow-Fronted Collectors Cabinets, Old Sheffield Plate Mounts, England, c1790-1800