9873 – AN EXQUISITE ROSEWOOD, BRASS, EBONY AND BOULLE INLAID APOTHECARY CABINET, POSSIBLY BY GEORGE OAKLEY

9873 AN EXQUISITE ROSEWOOD, BRASS, EBONY AND BOULLE INLAID APOTHECARY CABINET, POSSIBLY BY GEORGE OAKLEY English.  Circa 1815.   Measurements: Height: 21 1/2″ (54.5 cm) Width: closed- 26″ (66cm), open- 41″ (104 cm) Depth: 12″ (30 cm)



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Of rosewood, brass, ebony, and boulle. The frontal exterior with two panels of floral pattern boulle inlay with line inlaid sides and plain veneered back. The cabinet opens as a triptych to reveal and intricately fitted interior of drawers and compartments with divisions exquisitely inlaid with bands of scrolling ebony and brass inlay. The whole raised on six original turned bun feet.


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