Antique 17th century Elizabeth I Marquetry Inlaid Architectural Salvaged Panel


A beautiful and excellent 17th century English Elizabeth I marquetry inlaid panel. This oak panel with fruitwood inlay was originally one of the upper doors to a 17th century Elizabeth I court cupboard that we salvaged. The last photo is of the original cabinet where this panel came from.

Come take a look at this wonderful piece in person at our historic showroom located at 137 Stockton St., Hightstown, NJ 08520!

Dimensions: 10 15/16″ high, 12 7/8″ wide / long and 15/16″ deep.

Condition: Wear consistent with age and use. The panel has a small area where a piece of veneer was lost that was filled in, dents, nicks, chips, scratches, stains, and mars expected with age, material and use. See pictures as they are a part of the condition report!

# of pictures: 47 – Scroll down for all the pictures and close-ups.


Shipping: Complimentary shipping in the contiguous continental USA! Please contact us for a shipping price to Alaska or Hawaii.

The Difference: At Musing Antiques LLC, we know how difficult it is to purchase antiques online. This is why, from our beginnings in 2002, we place such a high priority in taking clear pictures of the item for sale and in taking numerous close-ups so that you, the customer, can accurately assess the beauty and condition of the piece. Pieces that are over 100 years of age naturally have age wear and this is common. What is not so common and what distinguishes us from other antique dealers is that we actually take close-ups of these “age marks” and include them in our listings so that you know exactly what you are buying! Our philosophy has from the beginning been one of honesty, integrity and openness and transparency! We hope that the numerous pictures will be of help to you and serve to make shopping at Musing Antiques LLC a pleasurable experience! – Dimitri Musing, Founder.