A delighful small table-top Georgian oak spice cupboard, with pull down door concealing twelve small drawers, and the original iron lock and working key.There is an ornate brass escutcheon to the front. After unlocking the door, it pulls down via two concealed pivoting pins. The base has a groove that cleverly accommodates the timber moulding at the bottom of the door. When it is back in its closed position, the moulding realigns with the moulding at the bottom of both sides. There are four pairs of oak drawers and four smaller drawers on the top row. All have dovetail joints, front and back, and an ornate brass engraved, flower shaped, ring drop handle. It sits on a raised plinth.Sympathetically cleaned, re-waxed and polished. The oak has really good colour and patination. In excellent antique condition.Measurements: 37 cm wide, 17 cm deep and 21.5 cm high.
Small Georgian Oak Spice Cupboard containing Twelve Drawers & Key, circa 1760
Cleaned and restored (where necessary) to a high standard. All you need to do is wipe over with a soft cloth from time to time. Occasionally use a spray furniture polish that contains bees wax, which will maintain its satin sheen. Please don’t use a silicone spray as this could be detrimental to the waxed surface.