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Circa 1820, George IV Scottish ash lined and stained Canterbury, with a classic shape with 4 turned uprights and a concave shaped top. The 3 divisions are supported by 3 flat uprights each. Below the top is a long single drawer with a brass casting in the centre and 2 brass handles, and the same moulding is on the side. Standing on 4 elegant turned legs finishing in brass tipped castors.
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