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Antique English George III Mahogany Cabinet England circa 1780

The small scale of this George III period mahogany cupboard from England circa 1780 makes it terrifically useful in a variety of rooms. Designed and constructed during the end of the eighteenth century this George III period side cabinet has a a drawer and cabinet door that both retain their original brass hardware and open to reveal spacious storage. The front corners of the cupboard are canted at a fourty five degree angle to the front in a technique known as a chamfered corner. Set within the chamfer is a pattern of vertical fluting chosen for the variety it adds to the flat surface as well as the manner in which it captures and reflects light. The cabinet door front is also embellished with applied moulding in the shape of an octagon with curved corners. The beauty achieved by two centuries of polishing is particularly appearent here and gives this cabinet its unmistakeable antique appeal. Standing upon a plinth base the cabinet has had casters fitted sometime in the  latter half of the nineteenth century so it may easily be moved about a room.

# MA5

DIMENSIONS

21.00" w x 15.50" d x 30.00" h

53.34cm w x 39.37cm d x 76.20cm h

Sale Price $1,986.60 Regular Price $2,838.00

The small scale of this Georgian period circa 1780 cupboard makes it terrifically useful in a variety of rooms. Designed and constructed during the end of the eighteenth century this George III period side cabinet has a a drawer and cabinet door that both retain their original brass hardware and open to reveal spacious storage. The front corners of the cupboard are canted at a fourty five degree angle to the front in a technique known as a chamfered corner. Set within the chamfer is a pattern of vertical fluting chosen for the variety it adds to the flat surface as well as the manner in which it captures and reflects light. The cabinet door front is also embellished with applied moulding in the shape of an octagon with curved corners. The beauty achieved by two centuries of polishing is particularly appearent here and gives this cabinet its unmistakeable antique appeal. Standing upon a plinth base the cabinet has had casters fitted sometime in the  latter half of the nineteenth century so it may easily be moved about a room.