• Item: Georgian corner cupboard
• Circa: 1800
• Provenance: England, UK
• Wood: Plum Pudding Mahogany
• Inlaid with boxwood & ebony
• Bow front design
• Original intact cornice
• Original brass “H” hinges
• Original brass “eagle” escutcheons
• Original latch & working steel lock
• Original painted interior
• Two internal drawers
• Stunning rich colour
• Original polish & patination
• Heavy & solid in joint
• Excellent original condition
• Free delivery to England, Wales & southern Scotland*
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This is a fine quality antique English Georgian corner cupboard, constructed from plum pudding mahogany timbers, with a bow front design, circa 1780, displaying a stunning colour, in excellent original condition. The Georgian corner cupboard comprises a moulded protruding moulded segmented cornice (which dates it before the Regency period) decorated with inlaid boxwood banding, flanked by ebony string inlay. The bow front doors are constructed with best quality timbers – plum pudding mahogany, which is identifiable by the “raisin” like swirls in the grain. It is rare to see furniture constructed with plum pudding mahogany and it is a certain sign of quality. The Georgian corner cupboard doors retain their original brass “H” hinges and “eagle” shaped key escutcheons. The right-hand door retains the original steel working lock (with working key). The inside of the door retains the original steel latch and hook, which locks the left-hand door.
The doors open to reveal an original painted interior, comprising three bow fronted shelves, useful for storing glasses or other items. Three delightful bow front drawers can be found below; the two left-hand drawers pull out and have been constructed with oak drawer linings and delicate hand-dovetailed joints. The right-hand drawer is hinged and acts as a miniature cupboard. These drawers retain the original brass decorative knobs. The corner Georgian corner cupboard retains its original solid backboards and four metal brackets on the back to enable the cupboard to be screwed to the wall. The Georgian wall hanging cabinet terminates on its original segmented moulded plinth.
The Georgian bow front corner cabinet boasts a stunning rich dark mahogany colour, having been wax-polished in our workshop to a professional standard, along with the years of care and cleaning it has received.
This wall hanging Georgian corner cupboard is ideal storage space in the dining room or living room, useful for storing glasses for example, and offers significant storage space off the floor. This item would certainly grace any home and is a great investment as it is extremely functional. So, don’t miss out on your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
This is a fine quality antique English Georgian corner cupboard, constructed from plum pudding mahogany timbers, with a bow front design, circa 1780, displaying a stunning colour, in excellent original condition. The Georgian plum pudding mahogany corner cabinet has been traditionally wax-polished by hand in our workshop; therefore, the colour and patination are of an excellent standard. Nominal old use marks to the cornice, door fronts, leading edges but nothing significant considering the age of the item. Natural minor shrinkage visible to the plum pudding mahogany veneers to the top of the doors and where the doors close; which is perfectly acceptable given the age of the item. All the boxwood and ebony inlay detail is original and in excellent condition. The doors retain its original brass “H” hinges, original brass escutcheon plates and original working steel lever door lock (with key). Even the interior steel hook and latch is present; along with the inferior drawers and original drawer knobs. The corner cabinet also retains its original backboards. This Georgian corner cupboard is solid in joint, structurally sound and ready to use.
Height = 115cm / 45¼” / 3ft 9¼”
Width = 74.2cm / 29¼” / 2ft 5¼”
Depth (Cornice) = 51cm / 20” / 1ft 8”
Depth (Base) = 48cm / 18⅞” / 1ft 6⅞”
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