A fine quality early 20th century Edwardian mahogany display cabinet.
The cabinet has a single glazed door, boxwood line inlays, inlays of harebells and a panel of marquetry inlay at the centre of the stand.
The glazed door has astragals, five glass panes and inside a single glass shelf.
The cabinet top has a gilded brass gallery to three sides in the style of a low balustrade, and sits on an integral cabriole leg stand with a serpentine fronted shelf.
The interior of the cabinet is lined with a gold coloured velvet fabric.
The cabinet is in very good condition with a working lock and key. (Circa 1900)
Height 125cm (49.2 inches)
Width 59cm (23.3 inches)
Depth 39cm (15.4 inches)