Henry VIII joined oak chest

Circa 1530

W 52" × H 24" × D 21.75"

Stock # Marh062


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Henry VIII joined oak chest, of panelled construction, the front carved with three panels, a central carved rose within a petal band and leafy spandrels, flanked by two fruit and leaf carved panels. The sides with two plain panels within a heavy moulded frame, the back panelled and plained for view. A near indentical cupboard from the same workshop was in the Nyetimber sale, Sothebys, lot number 1153 September 2001 and described as: A rare English oak livery cupboard, early 16th century.