Antique 18th Century George III Oak Livery Cupboard Circa 1780
A late 18th century George III Oak livery cupboard circa 1780, the ogee cornice above two fielded panel doors enclosing a hanging space with later pole, above a further three fielded panels and three short drawers with later turned knob handles and on shaped bracket feet. Mortice and Tenon joinery throughout and full panel and frame construction to the back
Condition report: This piece seperates into three sections, the interior has a later added hanging rail, the doors and drawers open and close smoothly, age related wear, wonderful original patina, small chip to right hand side of cornice, comes with one non working key, lower middle drawer has lock missing, no signs of past or present woodworm.
Height Total: 86.5” Inches / 220cm (Top 55” inches / 140cm) (Bottom 31.5” Inches / 80cm)
Width: 72” Inches / 183cm
Depth: 23” Inches / 59cm