Circa 1920, large four door breakfront oak side cabinet by Whytock & Reid of Edinburgh. The cabinet in the French taste with a variegated marble top with a moulded edge (with repairs), above 4 panelled doors with carving on the corners. The door frames are quarter sawn giving a lovely ripple effect to the wood. Inside on the left and right there is a single adjustable shelf, and in the centre a large open space. Below each of the doors is a stylish foliate carved apron, which continues around the sides. The whole piece stands on squat carved cabriole legs. Great colour and patination.
- 96cm high x 206cm wide x 55cm deep.