Hand crafted in Normandy, northern France circa 1870, and built in two sections, the antique oak and glass cabinet stands on a thick bottom plinth, and dressed at the pediment with a large carved decorative cornice. Each section features side glass panels and dressed with a central glass door decorated with hand carved floral and leaf motifs, opening to adjustable shelving (one glass shelf in each cabinet, but could accommodate 3 or 4). The elegant tall and narrow vitrine is in excellent condition with a rich walnut patina; use this 8 foot buffet-deux-corps in a dining room or den to display your favorite majolica or faience collection! One key included. Measures: 32″W x 21.5″D x 99″H.
19th Century French Louis XIV Carved Oak and Glass Display Cabinet from Normandy
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