A mid 19th century mahogany demi-lune display cabinet
the leopard gilt finial carved by Thomas Ferrand of York
The domed glazed faceted top surmounted by a gilt carved heraldic collared leopard facing left, above a curved moulded frieze surmounted by four classical urn finials and a pair of bowed Gothick arched astragal glazed and mirrored doors and sides enclosing three tierd demi-lune shelves on ring turned supports, above a pair of rectangular panelled doors and slides on a plinth moulded base, labelled to the underside of the finial, 'THOMAS FERRAND, Carver, Gilder and Frame Maker, Opposite the George Inn, Coney Street, York', 139cm wide, 43cm deep, 200cm high (54.5" wide, 16.5" deep, 78.5" high).
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