Country House French Georgian Oak Antique Bread Cupboard

£875.00

Country House French Georgian Oak Antique Bread Cupboard

This wonderful 18th Century Country House, French Georgian Oak Antique Bread Cupboard dates from ca. 1800 and if full of beautiful charm and character. It has a moulded top above a drawer and open section with unusual shaped gallery, originally used to store tall baguettes.

Description

Country House French Georgian Oak Antique Bread Cupboard

This wonderful 18th Century Country House, French Georgian Oak Antique Bread Cupboard dates from ca. 1800 and if full of beautiful charm and character. It has a moulded top above a drawer and open section with unusual shaped gallery, originally used to store tall baguettes. This charming antique cupboard is of pegged construction and has aged to a warm Oak shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 109 cm / 43 inches

Width: 85 cm / 33.5 inches

Depth: 55 cm / 21.5 inches

Ref No: 07288

 

Please click on antique furniture image for larger photo.

Standard One Man Delivery £60 + VAT within mainland England, Scotland and Wales

Two man assembled delivery – Quote upon Request

Our antiques come with a 28 day money back guarantee, see terms & conditions.

Overseas Insured Door to Door Shipments – Quote upon Request

Name
Email
Phone
Enquiry

Related Reviews

  • Antique corner cupboard to London,
    Just to let you know I am really pleased with the Georgian corner cupboard. Arrived safely on Saturday. Couriers very helpful and cheery. Thank you for hanging on to it for me.
  • Paul,
    James the furniture is beautiful!!!! Paul
  • Ruth Chew,
    Recently visited Driscolls Antiques and saw a piece I was interested in. James was really helpful and brought it for me to see in situ at home which made my decision. Purchase made and really pleased. There is a wide selection of quality furniture in the showroom. Definitely worth a visit. Would certainly deal with Driscolls again and recommend to friends.

Sign Up to Our Newsletter

From the Blog - Antique Cabinets