MAGNIFICENT ANTIQUE 18TH CENTURY GEORGE III HEAVILY CARVED SOLID OAK COURT CUPBOARD SIDEBOARD CIRCA 1780
A breathtakingly beautiful and extremely rare antique 18th century solid English Oak heavily carved Court Cupboard circa 1780 (237 years old), the carved overhanging top with profusely carved galleried back and gadrooned frieze above two floral inlaid panel cupboard doors flanking a central arched panel with rope and floral carvings, over heavily carved base with two cupboard doors with scrolls and swirls, egg and dart relief flanking a central heavily carved floral panel, raised on parcel base with heavily carved bulbous feet, the upper section of the sideboard separates from the base and as such comes in two parts making moving easier, please note this is an extremely large and heavy piece of furniture that will require two to three people to move into place, the piece is offered in excellent condition for its age with no signs of infestation, the piece comes with two working keys with tassels.
About the Date of Manufacture
George III (George William Frederick; 4 June 1738 – 29 January 1820) was King of Great Britain & Ireland from 25 October 1760 until 1 January 1801.
Practical & Beautiful
Height: 63” Inches
Width: 50” Inches
Depth: 23” Inches