45.7 cm (H); 43 cm (W); 20.3 cm (D)
Place of origin
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Woolsthorpe Manor, Lincolnshire (Accredited Museum)
A boarded oak table cupboard or spice cupboard, North Lancashire, Trough of Bowland, late 17th century. With a single cupboard door inlaid with a central floral caved panel amid a fame of scrolling floral designs in low relief, enclosing and arrangement of six drawers and shelves. Iron carrying handles to the sides.
On loan from Victoria & Albert Museum.
Chinnery 1979, Victor Chinnery, Oak Furniture: The British Tradition (ACC revised 2016), figs.4:167-8