Circa 1680, Charles II carved oak cupboard. With initials to the top (implying it may have been a wedding gift) of ‘I.P & I.W’ and later Georgian and Victorian carved designs. The 2 top cupboards have carved faces, central panel and well turned columns. The base has 2 full size, profusely carved doors, opening to one large shelf. With fielded sides, visible peg dowels and the back board is almost 1 inch thick in places.
Size 175 cm high x 148 cm wide x 62 cm deep