We are offering this rarely found miniature faux grain-painted quartered oak mission or arts and crafts style china cabinet dating to early 1900s. Fabulous original condition and finish, with only minor blemishes. There is a loss to the molding on each side of the top edge above the door, some tiny scattered dings on the edges of the frame, and some minor impressions in a small section of the molding to the top left of the door. Nothing serious, but trying to mention everything I see on close inspection.
China cabinet has a replacement key that works perfectly, three original shelves (in super condition), and a shaped crest at the top. Features a full mirror back and three glass panels, with original wavy glass.
Superior construction - even the back of the cabinet has a chamfered edge wooden panel. Measurements are: 39 1/4 inches to top of crest, 21 inches wide across back, 12 inches wide across front, and 10 1/4 inches deep at sides.
Very difficult to find these miniature versions of the turn of the century oak china cabinets.
I have added an additional image to illustrate the size. The items shown in the cabinet range from 1 inch to 5 inches in size.
A Super Piece!
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