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Welsh oak chest-on-stand, the upper section of two small and two large cock-beaded drawers separated by plum cross-banding, over a base with one real and two dummy drawers, raised on cabriole legs. The flowing inlaid decoration of holly and bog oak is in a pattern associated with the Vale of Glamorgan, circa 1730.

Illustrated as plate 743 in “Welsh Furniture 1250-1950”
41" wide, 21" deep, 55" high
104 cms wide, 53 cms dep, 140 cms high

Ref: 16833

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Vale of Glamorgan, Circa 1730

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