Circa 1790. A good George III mahogany and inlaid two door linen press. The moulded inlaid cornice with stylish frieze, two doors with multiple string inlays including oval panels. Behind the doors the original five trays (can be removed and brass rail put in), beneath the doors is a further moulding. In the base a configuration of two short over two full length drawers, each with similar inlay to the top and cast brass swan neck handles with stylish oval back plates. Beneath the bottom drawer there is further string inlay and the linen press stands on four stout French style bracket feet.