Charles II joined oak cup-board
Circa 1660 - 1680
W 44 1/2" × H 35 1/4" × D 18 1/2"
Stock # Marh2751
Charles II joined oak and carved court cup-board. The baluster turned columns joined by plain lower stretcher rails with a large simple applied moulding. The upper section with a large single drawer carved with floral decoration and flanked by applied large plain brackets. This fine cup-board is very pure in design and has the very best colour and surface.
Inventory listing from 1657: The Butler filleth strong wine out of a flagon, into Cups or Glasses, which stand on a Cupboard, and he reacheth them to the master of the feast, who drinketh to his guests..... Victor Chinnery, Oak Furniture the British Tradition.