WE HAVE CLOSED OUR SHOWROOMS IN KENSINGTON CHURCH STREET AT THE END OF MARCH AND MOVED OUR STOCK TO WEST SUSSEX WHERE BUSINESS IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

 
 
A PAIR OF GEORGE I WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS
A pair of George I walnut side chairs with vase shaped splats below a shaped top rail, the seats covered in English 18th Century needlework, standing on elegant cabriole legs terminating in pad feet

English, circa 1720

Width: 21" 54 cm
Depth: 20" 51 cm
Height 39" 100 cm

Provenance:
Radbroke Hall, Cheshire

 
 
 
A GEORGE I WALNUT CABINET
A fine quality George I walnut cabinet, of good proportions with a bold concave cornice, above a pair of well matched highly figured walnut veneered doors, cross banded and feather banded throughout, enclosing adjustable shelves. The slightly projecting lower part below a waist moulding; and standing on bracket feet.

This piece is distinguished by its grand proportions and particularly fine quartered burr walnut veneers. Cabinets of this form and quality were rare, and is indicative of the work of a leading cabinet maker of the early 18th Century.

English, circa 1720

Width: 44" 112 cm
Depth: 22.5.5" 57 cm
Height: 81" 206 cm

 
 
 
 

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