American, Philadelphia, first half 19th century. Fine mahogany carved corner cabinet, in two sections, the upper having broken swan neck pediment terminating in carved rosettes and surmounted by three urns issuing flambeau finials above a frieze centered with shell and leafy scrolls and mullioned glass double doors opening to an interior with three conforming shelves, the lower section with gadrooned edge over the two drawers and two cupboard doors with raised `12345hell motif over a gadroon edge, resting on front squat cabriole legs headed with stippled and shell and terminating in flattened ball and claw feet. The whole decorated with rope twist moldings. Approximate height 99", width 56", depth 25". Provenance: Purchased 12/31/06 from Antiques Bolingbroke, P. O. Box 114, Bolingbroke, Georgia 31004 from the Lafferty Home, Independence Square, Philadelphia.
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