A good mid-16th century oak linenfold chest, circa 1550

A good mid-16th century oak linenfold chest, circa 1550

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Having a triple-panelled lid, the front with four ogee-headed linenfold-carved panels, conforming carved twin-panelled sides, robust broad stiles, fine lock-plate and 'dragon'-hasp.

Provenance: The Collection of Sir Spencer Pocklington Maryon Maryon-Wilson (1859-1944), Charlton House, Kent, 11th Baronet and Lord of the Manor of Hampstead, London.

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Dimensions:

Height 65 cm / 25 34"
Width 119 cm / 47"
Depth 51.5 cm / 20 12"