Charles II Palisander and Oak Chest of Drawers

$6,800.00

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A Charles II palisander and oak chest of drawers in two parts, rectangular top over a thin drawer and paneled deep drawer, lower section with two paneled drawers, stile feet. Provenance; Sothebys, Vernay & Jussel.  In good condition.

Dimensions
H 41.25 in. x W 45.25 in. x D 25.13 in.

H 104.78 cm x W 114.94 cm x D 63.84 cm

Pair of Louis XVI style gilt bronze wall lights by E.F. Caldwell & Co each stamped on reverse C within a diamond. Typical form each with three lights and very heavy and excellent quality. Newly wired since this picture was taken.  In good condition with wear consistent with age and use.

Dimensions
H 20 in. x W 12.5 in. x D 9.5 in.

H 50.8 cm x W 31.75 cm x D 24.13 cm

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Additional information

OF THE PERIOD

Charles II

PLACE OF ORIGIN

England

DATE OF MANUFACTURE

1680

PERIOD

17th Century