Carved, turned and joined oak, iron
159 x 164 x 62.5 cm
Place of origin
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Polesden Lacey, Surrey (Accredited Museum)
A joined oak court cupboard, English, probably North Country, late 17th century and later. Having an arcaded frieze raised on baluster- and ring-turned columns flanking a pair of lozenge-carved panels flanking a flower and foliate-carved fixed panel. The base with a pair of cupboard doors of three panels, the uppermost stop-fluted, the lower pair carved with lozenges. With guilloche and foliate-carved rails. On later bun feet.
Date of acquisition not recorded; bequeathed by Margaret McEwan, The Hon. Mrs Ronald Greville (1863-1942) with Polesden Lacey, to the National Trust, in memory of her father, William McEwan (1827-1913) in 1942.