Antique two door armoire from Germany, dated 1774, with original folk art painted panels.
This mid-18th century baroque armoire features a molded arched pediment above paneled doors with a full drawer below, all resting on large bun feet. The original painted finish has red and cream colored accents over a gr
Antique Hungarian pine armoire with painted floral details - colors of brown, red and white are dominate. Each door painted with vases of flowers, top and bottom seperated midway by the original pressed brass key escutc
This early 19th century Swedish cabinet still retains the original folk art paint.
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This cupboard is a wonderful example of Swedish Dalarna painting. The piece itself is from the early 1800's (1800-40). The current paint was done later, likely around 1900. It was common to transfer dates when pieces wer
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.
This Antique Swedish cabinet/cupboard with original blue paint has an arched molded crown above two cupboard doors and a single drawer. The doors and drawer are painted in a floral motif - the traditional folk art desig
An unusual armoire with four drawers below and two raised panel doors above.
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The case is the original wood grain paint with lighter contrasting panels, featuring original hardware with two locking doors and a single drawer.
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Swedish armoire with original paint, circa 1780-1800. The wonderful blue and red painted trim are all original on this beautiful pine armoire from Sweden.
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This single door armoire has the original seafoam green paint. With glass added to the door, this would make a great display cabinet, or add a mirror and use it in the bedroom as a wardrobe.
The cabinet is in 2 pieces - the bottom with 3 dovetailed drawers on bracket feet and the top comprising 2 doors with raised panels with a bold carved diamond pattern.
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Danish Baroque armoire circa 1760, with a large molded crown above a pair of magnificent paneled doors, all resting on large bun feet. The off-white paint is lightly distressed exposing the natural pine beneath and highl
This country Biedermier pine armoire, circa 1840-1860 is painted white with black accents. Resting on bracket feet, this armoire features a pair of columns on either side of the two bow front doors. Below the doors are a
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
An 18th century wedding or bridal armoire from France, made of chestnut with a stunning deep, rich patina that reveals the beauty of age. Topped by a traditional curved crown above a hand-carved pair of love birds surrou
This traditional French armoire has curved crown molding above a hand-carved medallion surrounded by a variety of long stemmed flowers. Both panelled doors are framed with exceptional deep carved moldings. All the hard
Striking in presence this grand 18th Century French armoire stands 9'tall. The lovely pine wood has a beautiful luster that comes from over 200 years of use. Note the curved bonnet, carved panels and feet. All hardware i
Antique hand carved four door pine bookcase cabinet from France, circa 1820-1840, made in two sections with the upper doors covered in a honeycomb of brass wire. Elements of the carved woven basket with fruit and flowers
Antique carved pine 2 piece provencial bookcase cabinet from France, circa 1790-1810, with a pair of glass doors on top and a pair of cupboard doors below.
Dramatic and tall, this Louis XV French Buffet Deux Corps will make a grand statement. Remarkable wood and craftsmanship are the hallmarks of this stunning French piece.
Antique mahogany cabinet from Denmark, circa 1850 to 1870, with a single door and two drawers.
Antique Danish mahogany cabinet, circa 1850-1870, with a single door and two drawers.
Antique, early 19th century single door armoire from France, circa 1800-1820. There are 3 raised panels in the door with a carved heart above and below. An unusual size that could be used in many places in the home with
The striking beauty of this large country pine armoire is due to the graceful lines and curves enhanced by the the warmth of the natural pine and faint hints of old red paint. Seen from any side, this armoire attracts th
Refined scrolling detail decorates the crown of this pine armoire. This type of armoire was used throughout Europe in the 1800's to store clothing and household items before the days of build in closets.
Antique 19th Century Carved German Pine Armoire.
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This pine armoire from Denmark radiates European country charm with it's turned column details and intricate carving in the panel door. The abbreviated height and narrow width offer versatility and style. It has be
This 'false front' armoire has a single door that imitates a drop front desk with two drawer below. There are two working drawers, one at the very top and another at the bottom of the armoire.
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Tall Antique 19th century flame birch cabinet from Sweden.
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