Circa 1680. A late 17th Century Flemish/Dutch rosewood ebony and ebonized kast. The projecting cornice carved with a lion’s mask with a rampant lion cartouche above a frieze carved with foliate scrolls and putti. The panel moulded doors with ripple carving and trailing flower garlands, flanked and divided by spiral carved columns, the central column is movable, concealing the escutcheon, opening to a shelved interior on a breakfront base with one long drawer, carved with further foliate scrolls, raised on four large squat bun feet.
- 207cm High x 218cm Wide x 85cm Deep