Offered for sale is an important circa 1820 satinwood Sheraton painted two-part display cabinet highly decorated in the style of the 18th century artist, Angelica Kauffman. Madame Kauffman married the Venetian painter, Antoinio Zucchi, who did extensive work for the Adams brothers. Her painting style was used on their furniture and later on pieces by Thomas Sheraton.
The exceptional work on this cabinet also features a parcel-gilt carved cornice and drawer panel supported on delicately tapered legs with arched stretchers. The cabinet is two-part, the top section is hinged with a single glazed door opening to reveal velvet lined shelves. The top pegs onto a stand with a single drawer.
The cabinet is in very good condition with requisite aged patina, original finish, and painted interior with velvet lined shelves.
Size: 74 1/4" Height, 27" Width, by 16 1/4" Depth.
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