A superb quality mid 19th century mahogany press cupboard in the 18th century style with fine, faded patina (colour).
This press cupboard consists of a finely carved cornice to the top with dental moulding below leading down to two opening doors each consisting of two superb finely figured mahogany panels surrounded by fine quality blind fret border with turned paterae to each corner, one door having a carved semi-circular moulding which runs down the centre of the two doors when closed with original lock and key.
The doors open up to reveal the interior which consists of five finely constructed mahogany sliding trays for storage.
The lower section consists of two short over two long drawers with solid finely figured mahogany drawer fronts with elegant blind fret decoration and cockbead moulding to the edge with Rococo style handles, all mahogany lined.
The ends are solid mahogany and the piece all supported by four finely carved ogee feet, the rear having a panelled pine back.
This press cupboard is in excellent condition for age, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home.