Welsh Oak Tack Cupboard c.1820

Early 19th.c. North Wales oak cloak or tack cupboard c.1820. Two door cupboard top (internal depth 16″) with a hanging rail and original wooden hooks along the back edge.  With two short and one long drawer in the base (the top two drawers being dummy fronts allowing extra hanging length inside).  Moulded cornice over a particularly attractive inlaid frieze of a style associated with the market town of Talwrn on Anglesey, in contrasting ebony and satinwood. Square door panels with moulded surround and ebony inlaid escutcheons. Fixed centre also inlaid to match. Original brass knobs to the drawer fronts also with ebony escutcheons. Original base moulding and tall bracket feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops. Key supplied. Could be fitted with shelves to make a useful kitchen cabinet if preferred.


Dimensions: width 53″, depth 19”, height 76″.
Year: c.1820
Price: Reserved
Stock Number: 34789