A lovely grey-painted pine vitrine from the 1900s, France. In one solid piece, this lovely storage piece sports a charming crackled patina in a soft, smokey-grey paint coloring. The upper portion of the vitrine includes two fixed wooden display shelves behind glass doors which open smoothly with the original key included. Perfect for displaying a collection of pottery or as a kitchen dresser for storing dinnerware.
Below the vitrine is a long drawer, practical for storing utensils. Two lovely paneled cabinet doors beneath open to reveal a fixed interior shelf across the middle. The inner locking mechanics include a hook latch on the interior of the left door and a key to open the right door. All keys are included and in working condition.
Within the vitrine, the first shelf height is 13¾", then 12½", then top is 10¾". The max depth is 11¾".
Within the vitrine, the first shelf height is 35cm, then 32cm, then top is 27cm. The max depth is 30cm.