1875/1885 Oak curved glass china cabinet. Top-of-the-line. Quartersawn oak and quartersawn veneers.
The cabinet is in estate condition. This means it is as I purchased it from the auction in Danville, VA who purchased it directly from the estate. The finish is original. The mirrors in the back show flaking. They can be replaced but it’s best to keep in original condition. I don’t consider this to be a fIaw. If you choose to change to newer mirrors that can be done with a minimum of issue. lt Would take about 4 hours to do but the old mirrors are a testament to and historical record of the piece.
The toes are missing off of one foot but that will be replaced, so that no one will ever know.
This is one of only five more elaborately carved china cabinets I have had in this style in several decades.
The price will include a cleanup, a touch up, a waxing, and replacement of the toes. We do a very thorough waxing with a minimum of three applications. Takes us three or four days to do a proper waxing. If mirrors are to be replaced that is not included in the cost of the cabinet.
Cabinet would be shipped by Plycon Transportation who generally likes to crate these at a cost of $250 plus shipping costs.