George IV Rosewood Chiffonier Display Cabinet – PJ1150

An unusual and exceptional quality George IV period chiffonier in spectacularly grained rosewood. It features a raised superstructure to the rear with mirror, an architectural pediment, scroll and leaf carving, and most unusually a display cabinet compartment secured by hidden catches. The main cabinet section has a single full-width mahogany lined drawer to the frieze (with brass patent lock stamped ‘GR’ for ‘George Rex’), above a pull-out slide, above two doors with mirror panels to the fronts, flanked by turned tapering columns, and opening to reveal an interior shelf. Raised on turned and fluted ball feet.

Circa 1830.

Height 61″ (155cm) Width 44″ (112cm) Depth 17″ (43cm)

£1350

Condition and Details of Restoration:
This item is in original condition and is structurally completely sound. The polish has been revived, by our own craftsmen, by hand in the traditional manner. There are some minor old marks underneath the polish; in our opinion the photographs are representative.