Victorian inlaid burr walnut credenza
Here on offer to you, is this Victorian inlaid burr walnut credenza made circa 1860. NOW SOLD
The cabinet maker who first made this selected fine burr walnut veneers.
Having bow glass doors to each end, that open to allow you to place items on the 2 fixed shelves.
A central panel door opens to reveal a full area for storage, as well as a fixed shelf.
This Victorian credenza is of fine burr walnut, with boxwood stringing as well as inlaid motifs.
Along and around the edges are cast brass mouldings and then there are also cast gilt brass mounts.
Imagine how wonderful this will look as you show it to your family and friends.
Credenzas were originally placed in areas of the home, that visitors would see to show wealth and success of the owner.
Osbourne House in the Isle of Wight, Queen Victoria’s home, has many such items.
179cms wide (70 1/2ins)
41cms deep (16 1/2ins)
109cms high (43ins)
UK mainland delivery £60+vat
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