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George I Burr and Highly Figured Walnut Lowboy

Circa 1720. England

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George I Burr and Highly Figured Walnut Lowboy, Circa 1720. England

The feather and cross banded top is quarter veneered with burr walnut and edged with a cross-grain ovolo-moulding, Similarly, the shaped frieze is fitted with three feather and cross-banded cock-beaded oak lined drawers, which all retain their original gilt brass handles. The lowboy is raised on solid walnut cabriole legs on pad feet.

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Private collection, Salisbury

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