A fine late 17th - early 18th century court cupboard of excellent colour and patination , attributed to Yorkshire. The cupboard is constructed from oak and breaks into two sections for easy mobility. The configuration of the cupboard consists of two small cupboard doors over two large doors with the top two doors and two center panels all carved with a single diamond with fluttering pennant like terminals highly characteristic of the Dales area. The larger bottom doors have four finely carved panels on each door, all doors are complete with turned knobs.The cupboard has had a few repairs through out its life which is to be expected with its age. The stiles have been tipped at some stage, the lock in the bottom door has been replaced, however the top right door still has its original lock, there are no keys for the doors. Although the cupboard has had some repairs its pretty much in its original order and still has its original back and top boards and shelves. The overall condition is excellent. Height = 162 cm (63.8).
Width = 169 cm (66.5). Depth = 58 cm (22.8). T&C'S - we are not liable for any costs incurred should a return be necessary. The item "A Fine Late 17th Early 18th Century Court Cupboard" is in sale since Thursday, September 19, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Cabinets\Pre-Victorian (Pre-1837)".
The seller is "patriot-56" and is located in Wrangle. This item can be shipped worldwide.