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Extremely Rare and Fine Miniature Kingwood Table Cabinet from the Reign of Charles

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Extremely Rare and Fine Miniature Kingwood Table Cabinet from the Reign of Charles

Extremely rare and fine miniature kingwood table cabinet from The Reign of Charles II, circa 1660.

Cabinets of this type as I am sure you are aware, are rare objects and rarer still in Kingwood. Kingwood, also known as Princes Wood. was the most highly prized and expensive timber of the 17th century. Shipped from South America by early merchants, it was only used for the finest pieces of furniture, musical instruments and occasionally clocks.

The cabinet is of the highest quality throughout.

Condition

Good. Wear consistent with age and use.

Dimensions

Width 40cm
Height 29cm
Depth 25cm.

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