A RARE 18TH CENTURY ANGLO-INDIAN IVORY-INLAID PADOUK TABLE CABINETCIRCA 1770, VIZAGAPATAM

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Of rectangular upright form, the flat-figured top inlaid at the center with a vase issuing trailing flowers on a stepped plinth within a border of tied trailing leaves and flowers, and an engraved ivory outer molded edge, above two doors with sprays of bamboo within similar borders to the top, opening to an arrangement of pigeonholes above two short and three long drawers, all with borders of trailing leaves and flowers, the inner doors of figured wood, the sides with similar inlaid borders and fruiting palm trees, the ivory molded base with a scalloped edge with engraved flowerheads and supported on short ivory cabriole legs with claw-and-ball toes.