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Victorian Walnut Inlaid Serpentine Credenza (1 of 1)
Hingstons Antiques
Hingstons Antiques is located in Salisbury, United Kingdom

Victorian Walnut Inlaid Serpentine Credenza

REF: LA82512
We are pleased to offer you this Victorian walnut credenza, of serpentine shape. This Victorian cabinet is of serpentine shape, a form that makes this cabinet stand apart from a normal display cabinet. This Credenza has a serpentine glass door to each end, and then a central panel door, inlaid with a box wood motif to the centre. The glazed doors to each end have 2 fixed shelves, edged in walnut with a double box line inlay. The central cupboard door opens to reveal a middle shelf and a good area for storage. Around the outline of the cabinet, and applied to the cabinet there are cast brass mounts. Cabinets of this type were made for important houses in the day, the professional classes and the gentry would display such items in areas of the home, that visitors to their home would go sure to see. When this cabinet was first made, Britain Lord Palmerston of the Liberal party was the Prime Minister. Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland was first published. Jumbo the elephant arrived at London Zoo. Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation founded by Thomas Sutherland


106 CM
193 CM
40 CM


Hingstons Antiques has clarified that the Victorian Walnut Inlaid Serpentine Credenza (LA82512) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Victorian


Superb, restored

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UK mainland £60+vat


This Victorian Walnut Inlaid Serpentine Credenza is located in Salisbury, United Kingdom

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