Ca. 1900, Netherlands
Very unique and rare shallow wall display cabinet in the earliest form of the Dutch New Art from around 1900. The oak wall display cabinet was originally intended, and has been used, as a trophy cabinet, through various detours, it came into my possession.
The trophy cabinet has two lockable doors bearing unique forged hinges and lock plates, the original drawn glass is still present within the original doors. The cabinet is equipped on the inside with 2 shelves, meant to display trophies. Please note the beautiful carvings on the doors, the sides, corners, and top and bottom. On the top appear to be stylized birds.
Condition: Solid, free from woodworm, due to its use as a trophy cabinet, the furniture, over the years, had an enormous amount of ribbons in and on the cabinet, these were pressed with pushpins. Several pins are still situated in the cabinet, the holes are thus absolutely not woodworm.
Height 87.5 cm
Depth 16 cm
Width 87.5 cm
Viewing by appointment is possible, after intervention of the auctioneer. Pick up is preferred. Delivery is possible at 60ct per km within the Netherlands - one way (excluding the Frisian Islands). Shipping abroad after prior consultation.
|Member since:||January 12, 2014|
Very good transaction. Thanks for holding item for us.
As described. Fast delivery.
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Amersfoort (Netherlands). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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