Victorian Era oak corner cupboards like this one were often built into the houses they resided in. Here is one that is free standing but certainly will look built in once in place. The cupboard features ample storage in the base behind two raised panel doors and a single shelf. A center alcove has mirror backs to help set off your displays and an arched fretwork opening that is 15″ Tall. Two glass doors above open to three shelves and mirror backs to brighten up the interior. The top breast board has an appliqué carved accent, dental molding above that ending in a molded crown. On top of the entire piece is mounted the broken arch crown complete with center finial. IF needed, this crown board can be removed, lowering the height by 9 inches. This is one solid piece. It does not break in half so make sure you have enough room to stand this piece up in your room.
Circa: 1890′s Size: 94″ Tall plus 9″ Crown board (103″) x 40″ Wide Face Needs 27.25″ Corner wall