Fine quality 19th Century inlaid Credenza / side cabinet. By Lamb of Manchester

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Fine quality 19th Century inlaid Credenza / side cabinet. By Lamb of Manchester

Height: 40.56 in. (103 cm)
Width: 72.05 in. (183 cm)
Depth: 15.75 in. (40 cm)
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A fine quality 19th Century Mahogany, Amboyna veneered Credenza / side cabinet, having wonderful gilded ormolu mounts and a plaque to the frieze depicting children playing a game of tug of war with a goat. The two central doors with Boxwood inlaid panels of flowers, on either end open mirror backed shelves, raised on a plinth base. Stamped ; Lamb of Manchester.

Lambs of Manchester were a renowned cabinet making firm, founded by James Lamb. He was a Manchester cabinetmaker who started in the mid Victorian era. James Lamb was born in 1816, he joined the family business and turned it into a high class interior design, decorating and furnishing firm. The firm had a cabinet making workshop in Castleford and their main gallery in John Dalton Street, Manchester, with vast furniture showrooms over three floors showing their quality pieces for sale. The firm was to go onto international success winning medals at the London 1862 Exhibition and the Paris 1867 Exhibition.

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