Lyon & Turnbull
DUTCH WALNUT, BONE AND MARQUETRY DISPLAY CABINET
18TH CENTURY
the arched moulded cornice centred by a carved acanthus, over a pair of glazed and mullioned doors between chamfered angles, opening to a plush lined shelved interior; the serpentine base with three long drawers and raised on foliate carved bun feet, inlaid throughout with floral marquetry with bone inlaid flowerheads
153cm wide, 203cm high, 40cm deep
Estimate £ 3,000-4,000

Provenance:
The late Countess of Lanesborough, previously Swithland Hall, Leicestershire


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