A George II Oak Cabriole Leg Lowboy Of Excellent Colour


Circa: 1745

Depth: 19"

Height: 27.5"

Width: 30.5"

Period: George II

Location: Hungerford

A George II oak lowboy. Made from solid oak, the lowboy is of narrow width and has a planked top above three drawers that retain their original swan neck handles. It has a well shaped apron and unusual, well shaped cabriole legs. Note should be made of the fact that the back cabriole legs are set so that the lowboy can be placed flat against the wall and the colour and patination are both excellent.

“This is an unusual and charming lowboy that has really great colour and patination."