Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800

£699.00 

This product is currently sold out.

Please fill in the form below if you'd like to be notified when it becomes available.

Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Rare large George III cheese dish or coaster in mahogany, of a demi-lune shape with an adjustable partition for housing two cheese rounds; antique English Neo-Classical circa 1800.

Condition: typical surface wear, some splits in the wood, scratches

Size: Wide: 22 cm Length: 48 cm Height: 18 cm

Style note — Neo-classical style looks back at and draws its design inspiration from the ancient Greece and Rome, and uses those elements in decoration. Most neo-classical items are defined by straight and clean lines, elegant repetitive floral patterns, floral garlands and gadrooning.

Facts of Lavish Furniture care tip — scratches on solid wood furniture, such as oak, mahogany and walnut, are easily repaired by scratch cover polish. We like the Rustins multi-colour — test on a small and discreet area first to make sure the colour matches!

Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800
Mahogany Large Cheese Board, English Circa 1800