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    Chalk painted Regency two door pier cabinet

    Chalk painted Regency two door pier cabinet

    £895

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    About this item

    Nicely proportioned aged chalk painted English Regency two door chiffonier or pier cabinet with aged brass grille doors and vintage crushed velvet linings, circa 1820.
    Great decorative piece with some handy adjustable storage and the full width drawer, retaining its original brass fittings too.
    The aged paint finish is really lovely and works so well on this narrow cabinet, making it fit so many uses and positions.
    Measuring:
    36 1/4 inches or 92 cm high
    44 1/4 inches or 112.5 cm wide
    15 1/4 inches of 38.5 cm deep

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    Additional Information

    Code

    AB112411

    Dimensions

    W: 112.5cm  (44.3")H: 92cm  (36.2")D: 38.5cm  (15.2")

    Period

    19th Century, Regency

    Nationality

    English

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    Tom Scott Antiques

    Rutland, United Kingdom

    Based in Uppingham, Rutland…having been in the business for 25 years focusing on mostly French and English decorative antiques and interiors from the 18th to the early 20th century, hopefully a collection you will enjoy browsing and hopefully re home some of my finds! Viewing here in Uppingham...