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Unusual 19th Century Colonial Satinwood Cabinet (1 of 1)
Carse Antiques
Carse Antiques is located in Rait, United Kingdom

Unusual 19th Century Colonial Satinwood Cabinet

REF: LA79382
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Description
Unusual late 19th century Colonial solid satinwood and teak small size cabinet. Nicely made cabinet of small proportions in mainly solid satinwood and teak, the show wood is all satinwood, the carcass, paneled back, shelves and drawer linings etc. are all teak. As such the cabinet is pretty heavy. The cabinet has its original small bracket feet and original brass handles to the drawers. I suspect it originates from the West Indies. The cabinet consists of a pair of cupboard doors with a shelf inside with two drawers above. The top section with a pair of small cupboard doors with shelves between. All the doors are quarter veneered in satinwood with a shell type oval inlay to the centre of each and ebony inlay. The piece retains all its original locks with a working key. The cabinet is in very good condition apart from slight damage to a couple of the ebony inlaid diamond escutcheons where the key has been going in and out.

measurements

Height:
58 IN
Width:
33 IN
Depth:
14.5 IN

declaration

Carse Antiques has clarified that the Unusual 19th Century Colonial Satinwood Cabinet (LA79382) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1880

additional info

Material:
Satinwood
Origin:
Artisan:
-
Date of Manufacture:
c.1880

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location

This Unusual 19th Century Colonial Satinwood Cabinet is located in Rait, United Kingdom

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