Rare, exquisite and unique - these words can surely be used to describe this cabinet circa 1745 In the past, cabinets were used for storing important documents, coins and other precious trinkets, which was often reflected in the decorations.
Presented piece of furniture was made in solid oaken wood, in Germany. Furthermore, its monumental design resembles a stepped tower which every part has been carefully ornamented with a rich woodcarving. Both the fronts and the sides of the panels have been decorated with geometrical and vegetative chiselings. The carvings resemble lace in the “oyster shell” type -- typical for the reign of Wilhelm III.
To continue, this piece of furniture has two spacious compartments: one in the central part, and the second in the upper section of the cabinet, supported on two spiral columns. The whole has been placed on four turned legs in the form of balusters, which have been joint together with an English bond.
Noteworthy is also the front door of the cabinet, on which the information with the date of manufacture has been carved, along with the name and last name of the owner: “MARIA TEDEN/ANNO 1745”. Without a doubt, the above element of the furniture highlights the authenticity, as same as the value.
The cabinet is a world class furniture. It will surely impress its buyer, and make him/her proud of owning such a piece of furniture.
This piece of furniture, as for its age, is in very good condition. Only slight traces of careful use are visible. We hope that the value of this furniture will be appreciated by many customers.
THE AUTHENTICITY (period of origin, type of material used in manufacturing) has been confirmed by an experienced expert in vintage and antique items. Antique Beauty company issues CERTIFICATE OF EXHIBITOR on presented item, which confirms authenticity, legal origin, the approximate date and place of the item manufacturing.
- Oak; Item no.: KO-11600/7/15
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