Stunning 18th century display cabinet with key, carefully restored leaving paint as found and using all parts as found including carved internal shelving. Originating from the continent, the cabinet stands on cabriole legs and pad feet. It has double glass doors, each with 6 panels, drawer space at the bottom and is elegantly carved. A unique, feature piece, impossible to pass without comment.
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