Georgian Chippendale Mahogany China Cabinet
An elegant George III Chippendale period mahogany breakfront china cabinet: the glazed upper section with a central arched door flanked by a pair of doors each with geometric bullnose astragal glazing. The cabinet is raised on its original stand which has a frieze decorated with blind fretwork and incorporating a central drawer and stands on square tapering legs terminating in block feet. This Chippendale cabinet retains a superb colour and patination.
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