A late 18th to early 19th century Georgian mahogany double corner cupboard.
The cupboard has four doors that have figured mahogany cross banded and box wood edged panels, four in the top and two in the base.
The interior has shaped fixed shelves with their original painted finish.
The top has a swan neck pediment with carved flowers sitting on top of a concave edged cornice.
The frieze below the cornice has box wood line inlay decoration with matching line inlay running down the side panels.
The base has shaped bracket feet and a reeded moulding where the top meets the base.
The cupboard is made in two parts, the top lifts off the base for transport.
The cupboard is in good original condition with some parts of the carved flowers missing.
Height 217cm (85.4 inches)
Width 110cm (43.3 inches)
Depth 84cm (33 inches)