Circa 1890, exhibition quality George III style mahogany display cabinet in two parts. The top has wonderful pierced swan neck pediment with carved flower heads and a raised platform in the centre which possibly would have had a vase or some ornament on it. Below this is a moulded dentil cornice and pair of astragal glazed doors opening to reveal a green silk lined shelved interior with 3 adjustable shelves lined on top and bottom; the lower part with gadroon moulding above a further pair of astragal glazed doors opening to a similar interior as the top, lovely moulding in the form of circles and swags, all standing on ogee bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition. No makers label, but the cabinet is the quality of John Taylor of Edinburgh.
- 243cm high x 120cm wide x 51cm deep.