19th Century Dutch Colonial Walnut Display Cabinet
48"W x 18"D x 78.5"H
A Dutch walnut Rococo Revival bomb vitrine from the late 19th century, with glass doors and single drawer. Created in the Netherlands during the last decade of the 19th century, this wooden vitrine, adorned with a bonnet type pediment, features exquisite lines reminiscent of the Rococo era that spread throughout Europe during the 18th century. Two glass doors, flanked with canted sides open to reveal four inner shelves, offering ample opportunities for decorative objects to be displayed. The lower section, marked by its bomb shape, is comprised of a long drawer with central escutcheon and lateral handles. The side posts are adorned with bows (echoed from the crest) from which delicate garlands are falling. The sinuous skirt is adorned in its centerwith a carved urn draped with a swag, creating a harmonious visual balance. The ensemble is raised on two ball-and-claw feet in the front and two straight feet in the back.
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