A Fine and Rare James I Standing Cupboard
The thick two-plank top, with square edge, sits above a deeply run-moulded framework, containing two doors with a simple raised panel, opening to an interior divided down the middle, with the original shelves to either side.
Beneath the doors, and hidden in the run-moulding, is a single long drawer which is hung from the side rails. The cupboard is supported on extremely well-turned legs and feet, which are joined all the way round by square sectioned stretchers.
With excellent rich, deep colour and patina.
English, circa 1610-20.
Width 51 inches, height 35.5 inches, depth 24 inches.