Antique Cabinets & Cupboards
Antique chiffonier, cabinets and cupboards. There are so many different types of antique cabinet that it is difficult to sort them into the right catagory for successful internet browsing. If you are having any trouble at all finding what you are after please contact us and let us know you specific requirement.
Antique Cabinet Made By Howard And Sons
Very fine quality walnut cabinet made by Howard and Sons of Berners Street in London. This cabinet is of the highest quality construction as one would expect from this manufacturer. The dovetails are very precise and the drawer lining is such good quality hard wood that the drawer action is second to none.
English circa 1880 £2,800
07 15 07
Howard and Sons, Berners Street, London
Length 63½" / 161cm
Height 37" / 94cm
Depth 17" / 43cm
Edwardian Mahogany Antique Hanging Cabinet
Early 20th century Edwardian period mahogany antique hanging cupboard. This little two door cupboard is the perfect size for kitchen or bathroom. The timber is very nice with aspects of fiddle back mahogany to some of the sections. It is nicely constructed and will clean up very well.
English circa 1910 £85
86cm / 34" wide
23cm / 9" deep
51cm / 20" high
18th Century George II Period Oak Antique Cupboard
18th century George II period oak antique hanging cupboard. This charming cupboard has attained a wonderful deep colour and patina over its two hundred and eighty years.
English circa 1740 £850
09 17 13
69cm / 27" wide
27cm / 10¾" deep
84cm / 33" high
Two Mahogany Antique Cabinets
Near pair of bookcases / cabinets made of mahogany with gadrooning, coffered panel, reeded pilasters and standing on carved hairy paw feet.
English circa 1820 £9,800
02 15 01
104cm / 41" wide
34cm / 13½" deep
98cm / 38½" high
Antique Chinoiserie Black Lacquer Cabinet / Chiffonier
Very fine example of a Regency Chinoiserie Lacquered cabinet dating from 1820. This sort of painted furniture was extremely popular among the well-travelled wealthy English of the period. Most of them would not necessarily have made it to China, but they would have read and learnt about it. The Prince Regent himself was very interested in painted lacquer furniture themed from around the world, the most important example of which is his Brighton Pavillion. The Pavillion is a Chinese/Indian monstrosity which demonstrates high Regency frippery in its extreme.
This cabinet is a much more restrained than the Pavillion in Brighton. It has good proportions, proper tennon construction, thin panels and very fine decoration. Those who remember the Kings Road in the 80s will recognise this as a real Lord Rendlesham piece.
English circa 1820 £1,850
11 15 03
18th century walnut cabinet
Early 18th century walnut cabinet / bookcase. This bookcase is made of burr walnut quarter cut veneer with feather banding around the drawers and pre-cockbeading double molded edge around the drawers and glazing. This is a very tactile piece of furniture that everyone likes to touch. It was made before the age of mahogany and is a charming honey colour. It is unusually small and its warm colour means that it should compliment any room.
English circa 1710 £12,800
Mahogany antique cabinet
Antique cabinet with three glass shelves, working lock and key. It is made of mahogany with boxwood stringing and inlay. Priced to sell, restoration not included. Two panes cracked.
English circa 1900 £300
64" and 68" high
Marsh Jones and Cribb arts and crafts cabinet
Arts and crafts cabinet made by Marsh Jones and Cribb, this cabinet is extraordinarily well made and uses some of the finest timber we have seen in a piece from this period. It is ebonised with solid ebony sections and has panels made of pure burr elm, gilt stringing and a mirror. English circa 1875 £6,800
08 12 13
Marsh Jones and Cribb were based in Leeds and later also London. They were associated with such important designers as Charles Bevan, Bruce Talbert and William Lethaby. The firm exhibited to great success at the Paris exhibition of 1878. They are a very famous and influential company of designers and manufactures and their pieces are interesting to study and collect as there is so much information about them available.
This piece is so well made that it could have been created not for a customer but to demonstrate the skill of the manufacturer at one of the exhibitions at which the company participated.
height: 42 in. (107 cm)
second height: 4 ft. 7 in. (140 cm)
depth: 17 in. (43 cm)
width/length: 48 in. (122 cm)
Regency Rosewood Brass Inlaid Antique Chiffonier
Good little Regency Mahogany brass inlaid chiffonier made of lovely faded rosewood, with useful large cupboard below, the whole piece being unusually narrow front to back, perfect for a smaller space £2800
43 1/2" wide
12 1/2" deep
Regency rosewood antique chiffonier
Very nice quality Regency rosewood antique chiffonier with extensive brass foliate scrolling all over including to the front of the legs, it has a very nice gallery with very finely turned gilded brass uprights with original glass behind, changeable fabric panel behind ormulu panelled doors and standing on wonderfully shaped curved front legs, English circa 1815 £5,800
17 1/2" deep at feet
36" high to surface
53" high max
George IV mahogany antique chiffonier
Very fine quality George IV period mahogany antique chiffonier with wonderful colour and patination, a single full width frieze drawer over two doors with gilded brass grill, the whole piece standing on elegant turned bun feet, English circa 1825, £1850