This superb vitrine dates from the eighteenth-century, between Louis XV and Louis XVI. Note the Louis XVI asparagus carvings to the corners. The scrolling motifs are typically Louis XV. It is built in three parts - the cornice, the glass door section and the buffet below. Some glass has been replaced. There are three shelves in the top section plus the buffet top for displaying plates and collectibles. There is one shelf in the bottom section. All shelves are fixed in place. The timber is walnut and the gray / beige patina has recently been applied.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 94½" high x 50¾" wide x 24¾" deep
Approx. overall 240cm high x 129cm wide x 63cm deep