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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.
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
This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipping or leaving our store, they all go through our professional workshop to assure they are strong, cl
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 t
Extraordinary, three door oak bookcase from Denmark with hand carved columns and figureheads, made in two sections. The most notable carved elements are found in the crown where the family name Duvier is flanked by the p
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 pine cabinet from Sweden with applied carving and featuring a pair of columns flanking two doors. Built into the crown is a molded drawer, with a cast cherub medallion below. Please examine the close up phot
This delightful oak cupboard has been given a soft gray painted finish, adding charm and country style. The paint has been gently distressed with a finish that matches the age and character of the sideboard. Take note of
This sideboard has the simple lines and styling of a Danish cabinet from the late 1800's. The panel doors each have a knob making them easy to open, revealing ample storage inside. The sideboard has been given a wax fini
This pair of matching two drawer cabinets or chest of drawers is unique. One first notices is the beautiful paint, with the original layer of brick red underneath which was later painted over with yellow. Now the layers
Two drawer , two door sideboard with turned columns and original brass hardware from Denmark.
Renaissance Revival oak cabinet with original brass hardware and hand carved oval panels.
Antique Danish sideboard with turned columns separating 3 locking cupboard doors. Each door is carved in relief with a pair of figures under an arch. The case rests on bun feet and is made of solid oak.
The raised panels with inlay of contrasting wood and the rich brown oak color add to the appeal of this late 19th century Georgian cabinet. Originally lower to the ground, about 8 inches has been added to the legs to ach
The four carved front panels, are actually 2 hinged cabinet doors with ample storage within. The hinged lid opens to reveal a small utility box and a shallow 6" deep space. The hardware is all original including the key.
The delightful folk art painted front and side panels are a traditional design in country furniture from this era, and gives this small sideboard a whimsical cottage feel. Two of the molded doors on the cabinet open to a
While you can frequently still find antique pine cabinets, it is difficult to find one with exceptional original paint such as this one. The two panel doors are painted with a traditional flower basket motif against a lo
The great appeal of this remarkable cabinet is largely due to the original brick red paint, which has been scraped leaving a soft, raw feel to the finish. The six turned columns were originally painted white, now providi
The gentle beauty of this Swedish two door cabinet is found in the patina of the layers of worn cream colored paint with sage green accents, showcased against the aged pine. Notice the interior has the original contrasti
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.
This is a truly outstanding painted armoire due to the high quality and detail of the original paint and craftsmanship. Of special note are the soft, gentle colors with a delightful floral motif, the chamfered corners in
Likely created as a wedding gift and dated 1834, what makes this country armoire so exceptional is the original paint in remarkable condition. The painted floral design was a traditional German folk-art
This is a truly outstanding painted armoire due to the high quality and detail of the original folk art paint. The vibrant paint colors and floral design were traditional folk-art style elements during the 1800's, i
Simple yet striking in appearance, the dark, rich rust colored paint with a bold faux wood grain design is intact and original, all a very traditional folk art style from the 1800's. Notice the green, blue and tan painte
An original folk art painted cabinet from Sweden dated 1835, with open shelves above and cabinet below.
This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before...
A stellar example of country Swedish craftsmanship and folk art painting from the Dalarna region, this cupboard is exquisitely painted throughout in earth tones with light and dark blue accents over almost every surface.
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
This style of cupboard with an arched molded crown was traditionally painted in earth tones, which makes the original shade of blue on this exceptional cabinet unique. The doors and drawer are painted in a floral motif
This early 19th century Swedish cabinet retains the original folk art paint with garlands of leaves and flowers.
This item is part of our “unrestored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition...