Queen Anne Corner Cupboard

Queen Anne Corner Cupboard

Queen Anne Corner Cupboard

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A superb and rare Queen Anne (1702-1714) dome top break-arch corner cupboard, mounted with carved giltwood finials.

When you start to break down the details deployed by the designer/cabinet maker, it shows how accomplished the technical aspects are of this relatively simple piece. The book matched figured walnut break-arch door is surrounded by a double cross banding of walnut, a double inlay of feather-banding, terminating to a shape known as 'cyma recta' or ogee, which is outlined by an inset cross grain moulding of the same form, and a further banding of cross-grain walnut, feather banding and edged with a cross-grain single step ovolo. Veneers of cross grain walnut surround the door into canted corners. The transition from the flat surface into canted corners is cleverly edged with feather-banding, with half the banding being inlaid to each surface. Finally, carved gilt-wood finials of urn and flame form are mounted on solid chimneys of walnut. Exquisite...


W59.0 x H118.0 x D33.0 cm



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United Kingdom


18th Century and Earlier


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