Circa 1830, George IV mahogany bow fronted chiffonier of diminutive proportions. The stylish bow fronted top is in flame mahogany, and to the back there is 4 turned cast brass columns. The columns are tapering and also engraved. At the top of these there is a small bow fronted shelf with a cross banded fore edge and a three quarter wrap around brass gallery with open fretwork. The piece has 1 bow fronted drawer below the top, and it has 2 large cast brass knob handles with a floral decoration in the centre. On either side of this are small panels, and beneath are 2 pilasters which have Egyptian heads at the top. These are finished with a tapering column, a tapering section beneath and feet at the base. There are 2 bow fronted doors with a brass bezel that open to reveal a shelved interior, and have stylish escutcheons on both sides. With mahogany gables, there is also a simple half round moulding beneath the doors of this chiffonier. It stands on turned and curled feet and finishes on a circular bun. The chiffonier is of excellent colour and condition.
- Size 121 cm high x 92 cm wide x 52 cm deep.