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Chippendale period Mahogany Chest of Drawers

A Fine Chippendale period "Plum Pudding" Mahogany Chest of superb figure, colour & patina, with the original finely cast and chased handles, good oak linings with the original locks, and original feet.  "Plum Pudding" is a colloquial term for mahogany of a dense, mottled figuring, and is generally found only on better examples of mid Georgian furniture.  Early Geo III, circa 1760. More photos available on request

dimensions
40 1/2"w
21 1/2"d
45"h

£GBP0.00

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circa 1760

Ref: D1113

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