Oak, sycamore and bog oak parquetry.
63 x 113 x 52 cm
Place of origin
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Trerice, Cornwall (Accredited Museum)
An oak and inlaid chest, English, circa 1620, with plank top and plain-panel sides, the front with three panels inset with a parquetry diamond design centred with a smaller diamond, the uprights with a parquetry chequer pattern enclosed by a carved dog-tooth edge, the upper frieze arcaded, the lower frieze with dog-tooth parquetry, the sides with punched decoration in the upper channel, on stile feet.
Given by Mrs R Daubney in 1984.