18th Century Queen Ann Walnut Bureau

18th Century Queen Ann Walnut Bureau

18th Century Queen Ann Walnut Bureau

Date & Origin c. 1710, England
Dimensions
H
23 cm (9 inc)
W
46 cm (18 inc)
D
27 cm (10 inc)
Description
A Queen Anne Walnut and Featherbanded Lady’s Bureau

of small size, the rectangular top above a sloping fall enclosing a small cupboard door flanked by carved Corinthian carved pilasters and eight pigeonholes above a shaped fieze drawer, together with a later stand.
Circa 1710 and later
Medium
walnut
Condition
Excellent
Stock Code 6261
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
23 cm (9 inc)
W
46 cm (18 inc)
D
27 cm (10 inc)
Description
A Queen Anne Walnut and Featherbanded Lady’s Bureau

of small size, the rectangular top above a sloping fall enclosing a small cupboard door flanked by carved Corinthian carved pilasters and eight pigeonholes above a shaped fieze drawer, together with a later stand.
Circa 1710 and later
Stock Code 6261

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