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Standing cupboard

A late 17th-century oak standing cupboard; the rectangular two-plank top edged with a narrow moulded cornice (gouge-carved to the front); the cupboard portion with two doors above and one door below, the six panels carved with diamonds and the framing generally channel-moulded; raised on high stile feet, with a plain stretcher to each side; English, North Country, about 1680; from collection of St. John Hornby; hinges changed several times; feet tipped and right-hand front stile spliced.

  • Object number

    STRST : SBT 236

  • Date made

    c. 1680

  • Material

    wood oak

  • Measurements

  • Width

    1.32 metres

  • Height

    1.56 metres

  • Place made

    North Country England

  • Location

    Hall's Croft - Entrance hall