17th Century English Oak Coffer
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Fine 17th century English oak coffer, the two plank top with thumb molded edge over slab sides with bootjack feet, the front of panelled construction having geometric carved panels and rails, the stiles with foliate details, retaining 18th century wrought iron strap hinges replacing the original wire hinges. Derbyshire, circa 1650. The carving on the paneled front as well as the quirky construction of panels on the facade and boarded construction elsewhere is typical of 17th century Derby work.
- circa 1650
Good - split to top which can be reduced
Height 27.5 inches
Width 51.5 inches
Depth 19 inches