Holland and Sons Victorian Cabinet on Stand. Fruitwood, Ormolu, Porcelain Plaques
Rare cabinet on stand by Holland and Sons, England in the French-style set with hand-painted porcelain tiles, most likely Sevres. Late Victorian period, 19th century.
Fruitwoods and marquetry, ormolu mounts ram's heads and flowers. Pierced gallery fence along top edges.
Central cabinet door with porcelain painted with scenes of loves surrounded by flowers. Interior with one shelf and velvet lined.
Two side cabinet doors with porcelain painted with birds in trees.
Scalloped apron with three porcelain tiles. Cabriole legs. Locks and key.
Top of door with mark of Holland and Sons a high-class furniture maker to royalty in London during the 19th century. Commissioned to make furniture for Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace, Balmoral, and other royal and wealthy clients.
4 feet length, 53 inches height, 23 inches depth.
Overall in excellent condition with several minor and small losses to veneer along edges.