Seller: welshhomeantiques (270) 99.5%, Location: Ammanford, Ships to: GB, Item: 182367250102 A truly rare piece of antique Welsh furniture made during the reign of King George III. This beautiful piece is entirely made of Oak and from the small village of Taiwrn central Anglesey in North Wales. Some versions had deal/Pine sides but this one is entirely oak which is rarer. It was made between the years of 1790 and 1820 by one of the very few cabinet makers from North Wales, the Williams family (two brothers and a brother in law who marked all the bread and cheese cupboards they made by inlaying a pattern of a central diamond with holly and mahogany lines terminating in fans at the end of the central diamond - this can be seen in the photograph on the face at the top of the cupboard. The top has a moulded cornice over an inlaid and patterned frieze, twin panelled doors with pierced oval panels, ivory diamond shaped escutcheons, a stepped base with two drawers cross banded with mahogany and diamond shaped escutcheons. A hardwaring and practical piece of furniture for any kitchen and/or living area with "easy reach" storage and a piece of history standing right there with you.The cupboard has been freshly waxed with a natural feed and bees wax finish - it is in such good condition there is no need for anything else. The cupboard stands at approximately 204 cm high, 43 cm depth, and 107cm wide. It comes in two pieces, so the top removes from the bottom for ease of transport. Viewings are welcome on appointment in South Wales. Delivery within the UK mainland is at standard courier/delivery cost which will be confirmed at order, and personal collection is also welcome. Please review the photographs and feel free to ask any questions - sellers money back guarantee on this piece - if you don't like it the seller (we) will gladly take back and re-home this lovely piece of Welsh home furniture.