|Material:||Brass, Glass, Mahogany|
|Country of Origin:||Netherlands|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear|
This 19th century liqueur chest was manufactured during the Dutch Empire period around 1800-1810. The liqueur chest is made of oak wood and glued with flower mahogany veneer. The drawing of the flower mahogany veneer runs from the top through the front. Both sides are also glued with flower mahogany veneer and the back only with plain mahogany veneer. On the inside, the four original decanters, which are decorated with refined gold painting. The inner / compartment division is once again lined with a yellowish fabric. The interior of the lid is not lined. The inner edges are blackened. On either side of the liqueur chest there are refined brass handles, on which the rosettes are decorated with palmette leaves. The brass hinges and lock are original, working key is missing unfortunately. The diamond/kite-shaped key entrance is made of bone. A beautiful stately liqueur chest with a deep warm colour and beautiful silk sheen!
The item will be sent well packed and with insurance!
Catawiki member since October 16, 2015, received 103 reviews in total (24 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (24 reviews)|
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|Rest of Europe||$43.99|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Noordwijkerhout (ZH), The Netherlands.