This exquisitely dressed vitrine is highlighted with brass embellishments that are striking agains the dark exotic veneers. These are matched in beautiful symmetrical graining that flows vertically throughout the case under a high-gloss shellac. The tightly sealed lower doors open to view the pair of glass shelves, the upper cabinet with a single glass shelf that can be adjusted only slightly with three notches. The whole rests over an bevelled base finished in an applied brass edge wrap.
Measurements: 33 5/8” W x 16 3/8” D x 61 3/8” H
Condition Report: Crackle in the veneers along the rim of the top; some chips to shellac; scuffs and abrasions to surface here and there. One of the sliding glass doors edge reduced and left unpolished. Key is replaced and “slips” a bit when unlocking the cabinet. Veneer patches in a few spots including the lower back corner of the left side and a small patch above the right door.
Art Deco Brass and Glass Vitrine Cabinet, Circa 1930