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Rare, very fine inlayed cabinet Height: 165.5 cm. Width: 111.5 cm. Depth: 50 cm. England, ca. 1720. Softwood and oak structure, with walnut and fruitwood marquetry, partially stained green and red as well as woods with pyrography shadowing. Brass strips and brass lock. With key. Restored, damaged and exterior of the veneer slightly cracked, with small repairs.
A LATE 18TH CENTURY SHERATON PERIOD CARTONNIER, England, circa 1795 The elaborate inlay with pelted Samburg birds holding pendant bell flowers on central serpentine door, opening to reveal eight cedar-lined drawers with flame mahogany veneers. Secret locking mechanism hidden behind inlaid pilaster, with grapevines, classical urns with lion’s head handles inlaid on each side and the back finished with an enlarged pelt motif
No Stamp English Georgian possibly Giles Grendey (1693-1780) of London.