Superb Welsh oak cwpwrdd tridarn, from Snowdonia circa 1730. The top tier has "barrell" columns and panelled backboards. The middle section ends with boldly
middle section consists of two outside cupboard doors which have
raised and fielded ogee panels either side of a
fixed panel. The whole of the middle section is framed by parquetry inlay in holly and bog oak.
base section has a row of three slim drawers with raised and fielded
panels above two cupboard doors, each with two elongated field panels, the whole is supported on
four stile feet.