Circa 1870. English, Late Victorian two part mirrored cabinet. Very decorative, light honey-colored walnut with lots of ebonized trim and fine Rococo influenced carving. It is unusual to find a cabinet of this style with a mirrored door. This one features a long oval with a large beveled edge. The key hole covers are also unusual, they appear to be decorative pressed hard leather. The top cabinet interior is fine Bird's Eye Maple with two shelves of the same wood with ebonized trim. The shelves are adjustable. The bottom cabinet is serpentine in shape with two drawers with original walnut and brass drop pulls and two doors with working lock and key. The interior has a single original shelf. The front of the cabinet is very fine original condition. Each side of the cabinet has shrinkage cracks, one of which is quite large. We have not done any refinishing on this piece, we think it looks good all original even with the cracks in the sides. The cracks could be filled if desired. All original "as found" condition. 91" tall x 44 1/4" wide x 19 1/2" deep.