Need help identifying old Court Cupboard??
Hello, this is my first time posting on this forum, and hope that someone can help me. I bought this about 5 years ago at a local shop and thought that it was an old server. My son was looking in an antique furniture book and thought that it looks more like a Court Cupboard. I have many more pics, but not sure how to post them in this message. I think it is made of oak and some other wood, is mortise and tenon joined with square wood pegs. It has external brass hinges that has MADE IN ENGLAND stamped on the outside of each one. It looks like it has an updated lock that says EAGLE LOCK CO, TERRYVILLE CONN USA. It has just 2 doors that open in the front, with carvings that look like sunflowers and tulips. It is about 38" wide and 35" wide. It is also signed on the back with a wood burned looking chair with name that I can't make out and a 4 digit number on the back near the top