This Antique Victorian ebonised pier cabinet has got a Sevres plaques and date to circa 1850.
Adding to its truly unique character, the cabinet is decorated with exquisite gilded ormolu mounts, further embellished with delicate geometrical boxwood string inlay detail and a French Sevres porcelain plaque.
The cabinet is upholstered in soft beige velvet – of a later date, and has two shelves. It has a door with original glass and lock. The cabinet stands on a plinth.
This is a truly unique opportunity to own such a delightful cabinet.
Condition Report: This is a truly lovely piece with a long history going back more than 150 years! Visually the cabinet is very attractive, providing a great deal of character and versatility. It is in good condition but one shouldn t forget its age and past use. The ebonised effect is slightly faded in places and we believe this gives character to this piece. The boxwood string although in good condition there is a small segment missing by the lock. The ormolou has been over polished over time. The velvet has ring marks of past use and a water mark at the back of the second shelf and lower. The wood of the top is slightly split on the left. All of the above is mentioned for accuracy and believed to be a testimony of the age and use of this very fine old piece of antique furniture. Please review carefully the photographs to see the items listed here.
H: 1.02 m (40 inches); W: 87 cm (34 1/4 inches), D: 32.5 cm (12 3/4 inches)
Shelves: Top H: 26 cm ( 10 ¼ inches); Middle: H 26 cm ( 10 ¼ inches) Bottom: H 27 cm ( 10.5 inches)
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