Orientalist Furniture, A Fine And Rare Ottoman Style Furniture Of The Aesthetic Movement Period Comprising A Close Pair Displaying Cabinets, Probably England By Liberty & Company, Attributed to Leonard F. Wyburd, Circa Late 19th – Early 20th Century.

Identification Number: 222


The Close Pair Displaying Cabinets are Inlaid With Mother of Pearl (Sedef) and Marquetry Wood Work Decorated With Beautiful Geometric, Floral And Arabesque Designs.
The Internal Upper Section of Each cabinet Is Quilted with Fine Silk And Silk Velvet Fabrics, The Lockable Framed Glass Doors Are Used For Further Protection From The Environment.
The Only Difference Between The Two Cabinets Lies In The Construction And Purpose of The lower Part In Each Cabinets, One Is Made With Parallel Narrow Compartments Catered For Maintaining Gramophone or Phonograph Records Where As The Second Lower Compartment Of The Second Cabinet Is Used For Displaying Purposes.

For further examples on Orientalist Furniture commissioned by Liberty and Co., London, please see, The Oriental Obsession, Islamic Inspiration in British And American Art And Architecture 1500-1920, By Johan Sweetman, fig. 115 on page 188.

Condition:- Excellent (With Some Old Repair, One Key is none functional)


114 cm Height.
64 cm Width.
33 cm Deep.