Low Mahogany Showcase, Restoration Period - Early 19th Century

19th century
Louis-Philippe, Restauration, Charles X
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Showcase with Support Height, in Burl Mahogany, Restoration Period.
    This Cabinet opens with two doors, glazed in the upper part, with solid panels recessed in the lower part. The latter are made of Mahogany veneer with symmetrical veins. These doors, adorned with cut-out brass entrances, lock since the one on the right has a lock in working order. The Furniture is supplied with its key. The interior is furnished with two shelves, placed on racks and therefore adjustable to a total storage height of 84 cm.
    The top of this Showcase is a very Pretty Blue Turquin Capella Carrara Marble. Its front angles are rounded, thus marrying the two top and bottom Ring Columns that make up this Cabinet. These uprights rest on two cylindrical front legs, while the rear legs are straight.
    This Showcase, Rare by its height, exudes a Natural Charisma, softened by its Blue-Gray Marble.
    Period: Early 19th century
    Perfect condition after restoration in our workshop. Varnished finish.

    Ref: ISM27DBUS3

    Style Louis-Philippe, Restauration, Charles X
    Century 19th century
    Length (cm) 120.5
    Width (cm) 45
    Height (cm) 120
    Materials Acajou, Glass, Marbre
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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