Circa 1900, Art Nouveau oak cabinet, the typical shelf top with moulded edges and shaped brackets which have been applied to the apron beneath it to give the impression of supporting the cornice. The two outer narrow doors have wonderful leaded glass in the Glasgow style with various colours and are held in place by oxidised copper strap hinges. The centre door has simple rectangular leaded glass panels, and inside the cabinet are adjustable oak shelves. Below this in the centre are two small doors and open sections either side framed with an oak moulding with an open carved heart. The moulding continues to form part of the feet. There is a simple shaped apron in the centre.
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