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    A CONTINENTAL AMBOYNA AND TORTOISESHELL CABINET ON STAND
    Maker unknown, possibly Flemish, 18th century
    Unmarked
    51-1/8 x 38-1/2 x 18-3/8 inches (129.9 x 97.8 x 46.7 cm)

    The cabinet with geometric inlay of amboyna wood framed with ebonized bands to two front doors and side panels, pierced and chased brass hinges and escutcheons, ebonized plinth and crown molding, the two doors open to an ebonized interior with tortoiseshell fronted door and drawers, drawers with geometric inlaid floors and lion head pulls, central interior door with architectural frame work and arched tortoiseshell panel flanked by raised columns, central door opens to compartment with checkerboard floor in ivory and ebonized wood with seven tortoiseshell fronted drawers with inlaid floors, drawer above central drawers with brass balustrade flanked with urn finials, below arched door a drawer that extents to the right, at either side a false panel with gilt base and capital when removed reveals compartment running height of cabinet with two drawers at base. The later base with two central drawers is also inlaid with amboyna and ebonized wood, the bulbous turned legs tied by stretcher supported on ball feet.


    Condition Report*: The cabinet is in excellent condition with minor scratches and nicks, but no loss of material.  There are scratches to the top. The base has surface nicks and scratches commensurate with age.
    *Heritage Auctions strives to provide as much information as possible but encourages in-person inspection by bidders. Statements regarding the condition of objects are only for general guidance and should not be relied upon as complete statements of fact, and do not constitute a representation, warranty or assumption of liability by Heritage. Some condition issues may not be noted in the condition report but are apparent in the provided photos which are considered part of the condition report. Please note that we do not de-frame lots estimated at $1,000 or less and may not be able to provide additional details for lots valued under $500. Heritage does not guarantee the condition of frames and shall not be liable for any damage/scratches to frames, glass/acrylic coverings, original boxes, display accessories, or art that has slipped in frames. All lots are sold "AS IS" under the Terms & Conditions of Auction.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    November, 2010
    9th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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