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Walsingham Mill
The Old Mill
Cokers Hill
Little Walsingham
Norfolk
NR22 6BN
England

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Rare George III Period English Antique Oak Chest of Drawers / Butlers Servery, Circa 1800

Information

A rare George III Period English antique oak chest of drawers, Circa 1800. †Bespoke made as a "butler's servery" complete with central cupboard for plates, the flanking bottom drawers still have their original cutlery liners complete with the original felt. This item of furniture would have been located in a high status dining room of the period.

With plank top over 7 drawers edged with cock beading surrounding a central cupboard door with fielded panel, opening to reveal an interior with single shelf. †Supported on four tapering legs.

Good colour.

Original turned handles.

Condition - good. †Minor loss to handle on central cupboard but this does not detract from the item which still displays and functions well.

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