Circa 1780. A good George III Scottish mahogany and inlaid hanging corner cabinet. The moulded top with its dentilled details, stylish frieze with shell and string inlay. The sides with the Gothic arch inlay with a dot above it, a feature that occurs frequently on Edinburgh furniture from the 1750-1800’s Single door to the front with string inlay, boxwood and stylish shaped astragals. The inside of the cabinet has three shelves, beneath the door there is a further moulding.
- 103cm H, 68cm W, 42cm D