James I livery cupboard

Circa 1610 - 1620
West country, England

W 52 1/4 × H 49 3/4 × D 21

Stock # Marh865


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James I joined oak standing livery cupboard, three lozenge panels to the front with the outer panels carved with five petal rose within the lozenge and central door carved with a roundel within a lozenge and quartered to the outer corners. The frieze rail carved with a fine nulling design with an applied dentil holding the top board. Beneath the cupboard a pot board with fine long columns standing high on its feet, with three panels at the back.