An impeccably made, high quality, William IV, fully fitted, figured rosewood, table cabinet of
architectural form, profusely inlaid with mother of pearl depicting stylized
flowers on the top, and on the doors depiction of perched birds of prey.
compartment, which is all original with canary yellow silk is fitted for sewing;
it retains its period mother of pearl topped
spools and tools.
The doors have fielded panels framed with turned
gadrooning. The Inside of the doors has fielded embossed maroon Morocco
The doors open to three drawers with turned mother of pearl handles and
accents. The bottom drawer is a writing box ; the middle is fitted for
jewelry and has a lift out tray. The silks and leather are all
original. The top drawer is empty and lined with its original yellow
paper. The cabinet combines sewing box, jewelry box and intimate
writing box. It was a locked personal space. Circa 1835.
Origin: UK ; Circa:
Rosewood, mother of pearl, silk, leather.
Size: 30.5 cm wide by 21 cm by 29 cm: 12
by 8.3 inches by 11.4 inches.
original overall; working lock and key; see images