James I joined oak livery cupboard
1603 - 1625
W 50 1/4" × H 50 3/4" × D 16 3/4"
Stock # Marh2954
James I joined oak livery cupboard, the lower pot board with cut out decorated rails joined to the baluster turned cup and cover carved folate legs and bun feet, a central drawer above carved with lunettes and egg and dart mouldings. The upper section with a canted cupboard carved with large S-scrolls and the central door frame carved with guilloche with a central corbel depicting a crowned figure. The top section with a long single drawer carved with S-scrolls and applied carved corbels. (both drawers relined)
The livery cupboard, emphasising its suitability to hold both food and related utensils such as ewer and basin. Victor Chinnery, Oak furniture the British tradition