A small elegant cabinet, sometimes half round in shape, often with a marble top, intended for use in entrance halls and more particularly drawing rooms, where they stood in the masonry piers between the windows. Similar to a console table and usually surmounted by a pier glass.
An early Victorian rosewood pier cabinet, of narrow proportions, with lion mask and ring handles above two glazed doors flanked by acanthus moulded and fluted sides, 107 width x 34 depth x 93 cm height
A Victorian walnut display 'Pier' cabinet, ebony stringing and fine crossbanding, the single glazed door enclosing two adjustable shelves, restrained ormolu mounts, the platform base with shaped apron. 76 x 30.5 x 107 cm
A fine Louis XVI style marquetry pier cabinet in Tulipwood and mixed timbers, 19th century, of serpentine profile with a white marble top above an arabesque frieze, a two door cabinet with medallions of marquetry ribbons and floral and instrument 'Bouq
A Louis XVI-style pier cabinet, veneered in light and dark timbers, the fascia and concave sides inlaid with floral decorated panels, the front with the slender frieze drawer above an opening cabinet, flanked by gilt metal pilasters, raised on tapering flu
A Victorian walnut pier cabinet. Second half 19th century, the cabinet with an extended top to a slightly shaped cornice above a glazed door opening to a shelved interior and supported upon an extended plinth base, ornately decorated with marquetry floral
A Victorian walnut pier cabinet. Second half 19th century, the cabinet with an extended top to a concave cornice with inlaid satinwood tendril motifs above a glazed door opening to a velvet lined and shelved interior and supported upon an extended plinth b
A Louis XIV style ebonised and red Boullework pier cabinet. Second half 19th century. The black marble top with canted corners above a brass and faux red tortoiseshell foliate embellished frieze and two similarly decorated panelled cupboards, raised on a s
A Louis XV style marble topped Tulipwood pier cabinet, having an exaggerated serpentine profile with ear form three quarter pillars, a mottled beige marble top above a frieze drawer and a single cupboard richly adorned with trompe l'oeil inlay style decora
A late 19th century ebonised French Boulle pier cabinet with decorative cut brass inlaid in red tortoiseshell panels framing the single glazed door, with matching inlay to the shaped front sides, the shaped cornice and base with decorative ormolu mounts, s
A Victorian walnut inlaid pier cabinet, the exterior with inlaid floral decoration and brass ormolu corbels, the glazed door opens to reveal a velvet lined interior, on plinth base. 77 cm x 32 cm x 106 cm
A Louis XVI style pier cabinet, the black marble top, above a frieze and a pair of panelled doors, flanked by ormolu caryatid, raised on a plinth. The whole ornately inlaid with tortoiseshell and brass. 113 cm high, 112 cm wide, 37.5 cm deep.
A Regency mahogany pier cabinet with a matching Regency wall shelf, the pier cabinet is with a gallery edge of rectangular form, with a pair of grilled doors on paw feet. 71 cm high, 97 cm wide, 35 cm deep
A miniature display cabinet, in the form of an antique pier cabinet with a marble slab top above a glazed door enclosing shelves, on a spreading base and marble slab foot, carved and applied gilt decoration throughout. Height 40 cm. Width 30 cm. Depth 15 c
A Regency revival satinwood pier cabinet, Liverpool, the shaped bow-fronted top with inlaid patera and carved bull-nosed edge over central carved door with inlaid vase patera flanked by two quadrant corner mirror-backed display shelving, all on squat turne
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