This lovely bow-front cabinet was made in Germany after WWI and before WWII c. 1920. Made in 3/4" scale and measures 4 1/2" tall, 3 3/4" wide and 1 3/8" deep. It could also be used in a 1" scale setting as the size of this type of thing is rather subjective. Shown in the last picture with both 3/4" and 1" scale chairs for size comparison.
Made of light wood with glued construction and a reddish stain emulating mahogany. No varnish or other sealer. The door opens with a small tack and the panel in this is glass whereas the curved side panels are flexible plastic. The back wall holds a mirror that is covered in the original red leathered paper.
Paper label on bottom reading: "Germany".
Condition is very nice with no damage or repairs and no apparent re-glues. The mirror shows age-related spotting and silver loss. The finish color is slightly irregular and varies according to the wood grain of the various pieces which is typical for this so-called 'Red Stain' or 'Red Line' furniture.
We usually have quite a nice selection of this popular furniture which may or may not be currently in our shop. Ask about other pieces if interested.