This circa 1760-1800 oak cabinet from Denmark has arched paneled doors and pediment. It stands on four barley twist legs with a single drawer, and shelf below.
This remarkable large pine breakfront bookcase is from England, circa 1890. It is built in six sections (three upper and three lower) to facilitate easier transportation and installation. Notice the lower middle section has a hinged secretary style desk that lowers in place.
Late 18th century French Provencial Armoire of impressive proportions. Standing almost 9 ft. tall, this walnut armoire has beautifully carved moldings from the cornice to the door as well as the side panels. This armoire also features the original steel hinges and brass key escutcheons.
Antique two door armoire from Germany, dated 1774, with original folk art painted panels.
There is a subtle grace to this original painted Swedish cupboard due to the multiple generations of use spanning 200 years.Notice the remains of a crown & date of 1807 on the bonnet & traditional vases of flowers on the panel doors; also the face on key hole/escutcheons.
Beautiful antique Swedish cupboard with the original paint. The crown and two upper & lower door panels are covered in traditional folk art floral patterns of the region.
What makes this elegant Danish oak cabinet so unique, is how shallow the depth is - measuring only 20" at the crown molding. Notice how the glass doors and individual panes follow the curve of the crown molding adding to the visual appeal. The upper and lower cabinets offer plenty of storage.
Lovely carving and details accentuate this late 19th century 2 piece oak Vitrine from France. Note the carved details of birds and flourishes between the lower cabinet doors, and above, the tied vines dividing the glazed panels in the doors.
This pine cupboard has decorative elements that make it special, such as the turned column accents and carved crown molding details along the top. This cupboard likely displayed the household china and serving ware in the 1800’s. The cupboard has been given a wax finish.
Made in two sections, the upper part detaches from the base. The cabinet doors above and below feature applied carved details
The concave domed center shelves create visual drama in this large bookcase or display cabinet from England. Impressive in person, it is built in three sections allowing for easier installation. The far left and right glass cabinets have adjustable shelves.The natural pine has been waxed.
Fantastic oak Renaissance Revival bookcase heavily carved with 2 glass doors and adjustable shelves, circa 1880 from Germany. This piece breaks down which makes moving or shipping much easier.