Early 20th C Regency Style Mahogany & Inlaid Chest Of Drawers

Early 20th C Regency Style Mahogany & Inlaid Chest Of Drawers

£375.00

+ delivery

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Early 20thC Regency Style Mahogany & Inlaid Bow-Front Dressing Chest of Drawers

A fine Regency Revival mahogany piece from the early 20thC and in very good condition, with a glorious flame mahogany veneered top, finely strung in satinwood & ebony and with a small up-stand to the rear, bow-fronted with two short over one long drawer, all drawer-fronts are cock-beaded and strung to match the top, with ivorine shield-shaped escutcheons and turned knobs, also inset with ivorine discs, all fitted with working locks for which there is a single key that opens all, on four square, tapering legs with spade feet, this stunning dressing chest will complement the most elegantly-furnished of guest rooms, fully deserving of the flattering attention it will surely merit.

O/All Width 76cm x Depth at Sides 47.5cm (30" x 18.75") & Depth at Centre 51.5cm (20.25")
Height to Top 78.5cm (31") & Height O/All the Up-Stand 81.5cm (32")

This is a period item from the early 20thC, so you might expect some wear & tear commensurate with age but, now professionally & sympathetically restored and in very good, clean & sound condition, with a fitted glass panel for the top and ready to use in your home.

T-818052/2207

Width: 76.0 cm
Height: 81.5 cm
Depth: 47.5 cm
Other: Depth at Centre 51.5cm Height to Top 78.5cm

Estimated Price: £15.00 - £75.00
Estimated Time: One to two weeks

Can be collected from Brackley, NN13
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Condition: Used

Wear Condition: Excellent

Date of Manufacture: c1920-30

Place of Origin: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Material: Mahogany & Inlaid

Period: Early 20th Century

Listed by: Robert_d572
SKU: 47456379

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