Lot 643

A 17th Century Oak Court Cupboard, attributed to Lancashire, Circa 1680, of good colour and patination. The planked top above a lunette carved frieze rail with turned pendant finials either side overhanging an upper cupboard. The twin doors hung on original butterfly hinges; the panels carved with flower head roundels to the centres and set in run moulded frames, flanking a central panel enriched with a guilloche quatrefoil knot encompassing whrythen whorls. The integrated base cupboard having a centre door quartered by a run moulded framework with wrythen rosettes adorning the two upper panels, and twin side panels either side. Standing on run moulded stiles 61” (155 cm) high, 54” (137 cm) wide, 20½” (52 cm) deep. [Ex Michael Goldstone, Bakewell].

Sold for: £650

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Description

A 17th Century Oak Court Cupboard, attributed to Lancashire, Circa 1680, of good colour and patination. The planked top above a lunette carved frieze rail with turned pendant finials either side overhanging an upper cupboard. The twin doors hung on original butterfly hinges; the panels carved with flower head roundels to the centres and set in run moulded frames, flanking a central panel enriched with a guilloche quatrefoil knot encompassing whrythen whorls. The integrated base cupboard having a centre door quartered by a run moulded framework with wrythen rosettes adorning the two upper panels, and twin side panels either side. Standing on run moulded stiles 61” (155 cm) high, 54” (137 cm) wide, 20½” (52 cm) deep. [Ex Michael Goldstone, Bakewell].