Cabinets

An Important Chippendale Mahogany Breakfront bookcase

An Important George II Chippendale MahoganyBreakfront Bookcase

The open fretwork swan neck cornice with a gothic blind fretwork cushion moulding, above four glazed doors carved with central shells below flowing acanthus,

Resting on a four door breakfront base with quarter cut veneered doors and a blind fret frieze, the end door fitted with concealed banks of drawers.

English, Circa 1750

footnote, The cornice on this bookcase relates a design by Thomas Chippendale for a bookcase made for Hackwood House, Hampshire.

I8th Century Irish Kneehole Cabinet

A Rare 18th Century Irish Kneehole Cabinet

A Pair of George III Irish Tallboys

An Unusual Pair of 18th Century Irish Mahogany Tallboys, resting on bracket feet.

 

A George III Breakfront Bookcase

A George III Breakfront Bookcase with a strawberry Gothic Cornicew

A Rare William IV Anglo Indian Breakfront Bookcase

A Rare William IV Anglo Indian Breakfront Bookcase with pillar supports and a moulded plinth

A GEORGE III DOUBLE BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE

 

A fine George III mahogany double breakfront library bookcase