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A rare and important late 17th-century miniature table cabinet

Beautifully veneered in oysters of olive and banded in holly.
Circa 1690-1700 England

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A rare and important late 17th-century miniature table cabinet beautifully veneered in oysters of olive and banded in holly.
Circa 1690-1700 England

The cabinet opens to an arrangement of drawers, a row of four, a bank of four and a long pen drawer, similarly veneered in oysters of olive. Rather cleverly the cabinet also hides a further three ‘secret’ drawers!

It should be noted that table cabinets such as this are extremely rare from the William and Mary period (1689-1702).

Condition

Fabulous and original untouched surfaces of great colour

Provenance

Private Collection

Literature
Dimensions
H 9.45 in. x W 11.42 in. x D 6.3 in.

H 24 cm x W 29 cm x D 16 cm

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