Charles II standing livery cupboard

Mid 17th century

W 32 1/4 × H 37 1/4 × D 18

Stock # Marh568


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Charles II joined oak standing livery cupboard, of small proportions. The panels drilled with holes in formal patterns for ventilation. These livery cupboards would have been made for the bed chambers and it was customary for the individual to store their livery here overnight. Small patch to the top, handle on door later.