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Dear All,

I have a very fine Sheraton satinwood corner cabinet, c1820. It is extremely untouched with great patina. However, I am trying to find out more information on what I have been calling a 'peacock eye' pattern on the cornice. Hopefully you can see what I mean from the photo. As you can see, it has Tigerwood cross banding, gilt wood etc. Could anyone direct me to any similar examples of this peacock eye decoration, and/or whether this is the correct term for it please? 

Many thanks. 

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https://www.andythornton.com/egg-dart-moulding-beech_atcamo6b

This is the only name for a similar style I have come across, for what I would call acanthus leaf scrollwork?

Might they be feathers? or perhaps Plume?

I did find this, if it's any help? I constantly mix up my Sheraton with Hepplewhite, and throw in some Duncan Phyfe too! Ugh

http://my-antique-world.blogspot.com/2013/09/how-to-recognize-true-...

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