Made in the 1930’s this tall Chippendale revival display features the trade mark style of rope edge trim and ball and claw feet. Glass shelves, lock and key make this a practical decorative item.
Condition report. In good order with some light scratching. The top planks have contracted with age (70 years) and there is now a 1 mm gap (please see photograph).
94 cm x 440cm x 146 cm high
An display cabinet in two parts, made in France from oak in the mid 1900’s. The two parts (top and bottom) separate for transport and are put together easily and securely without tools.
A useful and elegant piece of furniture of French manufacture with secure locking and keys. Painted in a timeless grey that is in entirely in keeping with it’s history. One can visualise this cabinet sitting in a stylish French apartment, housig the owners most precious china, glass or books.
127 cms wide x 44cms deep and 190 cms high.
Made in France in the Louis XV th style popular in the early 1900’s this fabulous glass display with it’s carved wooden exterior offers elegant storage.
80 cms wide x 45 cms deep and 185 cms high. Price $1240
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