'The cupborde of boxes' contains 25 drawers of varying sizes, possibly for the storage of documents. It is listed in the 1599 inventory of the chattels of Little Moreton Hall.
Oak chest, probably for the storage of spices, consisting of two doors, each with four panels carved with a strapwork style boss enclosing 25 drawers of two different sizes. The carcass of the chest is probably 16th century. Standing on four square section block feet. The inventory of 1601 mentions 'one cubborde of boxes', and this probably refers to this large cupboard with the 25 small drawers inside.
Identified with the entry for 'one cubborde of boxes' in the inventory of 1601.