A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SYCAMORE CORNER BEDSIDE CUPBOARDS A rare pair of late 18th century Adam period mahogany and sycamore bedside cupboards in the manner of Mayhew and Ince, having a solid moulded top above a mahogany and sycamore veneered frieze simulating fluting and a tambour door below with brass handle; on three square section tapering legs with engraved oval floral paterae heading and husk trail below, terminating in block feet. Note: Originally on two feet and fixed to the wall, now with later back legs, one tambour reversed. English, circa 1780 Height: 33 ¼ in; 84.5 cm Width: 23 ¾ in; 60.5 cm Depth: 17 ¼ in; 44 cm Provenance: Biggs of Maidenhead, 1964; John C.L. Fane, Wormsley House, Buckinghamshire. Literature: Sotheby’s, ‘Tom Devenish - The Collection’, sale catalogue, 24th April 2008, pp.224-9.