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George IV Library Side Cabinet

An unusual early 19th century, George IV, albuerra wood  library cabinet. The rectangular top with three quarter carved gallery above a single cedar lined frieze drawer, now with later brass pulls, with a panelled door below enclosing two shelves, standing on carved turned feet with concealed castors. The front, back and sides panelled with quadrant reel mouldings enabling the piece to be freestanding.

Cabinet Height 37″ + 1 1/2″ Gallery

Width 24″

Depth 18″


Circa 1825