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Lot 10


basically late 16th century, with a hinged rectangular top above a strapwork frieze with foliate corbels and a pair of doors with arcaded panels flanked by caryatids, the sides with cruciform panels centred by a stylised flowerhead, the base with a leaf-carved frieze supported on fluted “cup and cover” uprights, the platform base carved with lunettes, 119.5cm high x 124.5cm wide

Condition Report: click here
Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000
Hammer price: £5,500
Bidding ended. Lot has been sold.

Provenance: The Victorian key label is marked “Great Hall Cabinet”. It is shown in a photograph of the Great Hall, circa 1916 and according to family records it was probably purchased for the house by Hubert Hutchings, circa 1873.

In historic country house condition consistent with age and the materials employed.

There is old worming and chips and cracks throughout commensurate with age.

The top is probably a replacement as is the lower shelf (large wedge-shaped split) but the colour match is good.

45cm deep.

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