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Louis XVI Style Mahogany Display Cabinet <p>An attractive Louis XVI style mahogany vitrine display cabinet from France, circa 1900. Mahogany build with brass trim and inlay throughout. The single door has a glass front with a paneled mahogany bottom, enclosing a generous interior with three adjustable shelves. Light molding at the top and base, with square, tapered legs capped in brass sabot feet. Originally used to store silver, it will make a great bookcase or display piece.</p>

Louis XVI Style Mahogany Display Cabinet

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reference: 18111
circa: Early 1900s
origin: France

height: 50.5"
width: 23"
depth: 14.5"

An attractive Louis XVI style mahogany vitrine display cabinet from France, circa 1900. Mahogany build with brass trim and inlay throughout. The single door has a glass front with a paneled mahogany bottom, enclosing a generous interior with three adjustable shelves. Light molding at the top and base, with square, tapered legs capped in brass sabot feet. Originally used to store silver, it will make a great bookcase or display piece.

Condition: Great antique condition with age appropriate wear like some dings on the brass trim and typical color variations, one spot was reglued. A few light scratches and two small dings on the wood top. Two small repaired spots at the back.