Fine George III Mahogany Pier Cabinet attributed to Thomas Chippendale


the breakfront rectangular moulded top above a secretaire drawer inlaid with oval flame panels, flutes and beads; above a pair of moulded panelled doors with foliate roundels to each corner, enclosing two adjustable shelves on a moulded plinth base.

Height 91 cm (35.75 inches)
Width 94 cm (37 inches)
Depth 40 cm (15.75 inches)
English. Circa 1775

The design, selection of timber used and quality of construction, combined with the constructional details of this piece, including the red wash applied to the inside of the carcass point very strongly towards the workshop of Thomas Chippendale.