Circa 1860, neat sized mid Victorian kingwood pier cabinet. The rectangular top has rounded corners on the front and matching half veneers, above a fore edge again with similar banding and beneath this a slightly recessed apron. There is a single glazed door at the front framed by small brass beading. It has a very stylish Rococo escutcheon and the door locks are held in position by French pin hinges. Inside there are 2 adjustable shelves and the shelves, base and back are covered in velvet. There are 2 glazed gables framed by a form of herringbone banding. At the base there is a cushion apron which is shaped at the front and the sides, and the whole piece stands on 4 squat cabriole legs with a banding down the front. The cabinet is mellow in colour, clean and sturdy.
- 110cm high x 68.5cm wide x 39cm deep.