This is a stunningly beautiful primitive European made (possibly Scandinavian or German) huntboard cabinet. Comes apart in 2 pieces (bottom, 2 spindles are doweled and come off too) and china cabinet part. Scrubbed pine or other softwood. The top doors have unusual simple hinges and the doors come off easily (even the center one) for transport. Glass in doors replacement, rest all original. Ribbed porcelain knobs on top and brass Victorian style pulls on the bottom.
Great storage piece for linens, or glassware and dinnerware in kitchen or dining room. Overall good condition for its age (ca. early to mid-1800's), with old wormholes, see close-ups.
Base part is 42 1/2" wide by 21 1/8" deep and tabletop height is 36 1/2" tall. Top is 37" wide (cornice is wider) by 12 3/4" deep. Total height for the cabinet is 76 1/2".