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A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY COLLECTORS CABINET of Wellington chest form, fitted with ten drawers with ebonised knob handles, 39.5cm x 52cm high x 26cm deep
A TAXIDERMY SPECIMEN OF AN OPEN MOUNTED FOX, 43cm high
A POLISHED AMMONITE, mounted upon a stone base, overall height 28cm, together with a large polished block specimen of LAPIS LAZULI, whose blue colour is pigment known as ultramarine, from the Latin ultramarinus (beyond the sea), as it came intoEurope to be used as an Artists pigment from the mines of Afghanistan via Italian traders in the 14th and 15th centuries, 19.5cm high, weight approximately 5,820g. (2)
A FIVE DRAWER MAHOGANY BUTTERFLY COLLECTORS CABINET. Framed, glazed fitted lids, each drawer size 46cm x 45cm. English pin depth. Twin turned knobs and brass label mounts to drawer fronts, plastazote lining. Bears paper label verso Crockett, Cabinet Maker