Eighteen th century “Plum Pudding” mahogany rent cabinet made in two pieces. The top piece with two doors enclosing a 4X6 array of mahogany faced oak lined drawers signed with bone A-Z lettering and pulled with gilded brass drop handles. The divisions between the drawers are decorated with relief carved and engraved wheat-husks.
The lower half of the top contains a secretaire offece draw, which has a soft leather writitng surface. The surface is held in place by two toughened steel hook braces.
The base unit has a full width map draw and six other half width folio drawers.
Country of origin
H : 203 cm W : 112 cm D : 56 cm