19th Century French Painted Vitrine Cabinet with Bonnet Top and Glass Door

A French painted vitrine cabinet from the 19th century with carved bonnet top, glass door in the upper section and small double doors in the lower one. This French painted vitrine cabinet, originating from the 19th century, seamlessly blends elegance and functionality, making it a timeless addition to any home. The cabinet is graced with a carved bonnet top, adding a touch of sophistication and artistic flair. Its body exhibits a delicate beige hue leaning toward a subtle pink, creating a warm and inviting ambiance. The piece has aged gracefully, displaying a nicely weathered appearance that adds character and history. The upper section features a glass door, which opens to reveal petite, well-arranged shelves, perfect for showcasing your cherished decorative items, collectibles, or fine china. This transparent display area allows you to share your treasures while keeping them protected. The lower section houses small double doors, offering additional storage space for items best kept out of sight, ensuring your living space remains clutter-free. The cabinet rests on a scalloped base, providing stability and an added element of design. Accents of a lighter hue on some moldings create a beautiful contrast, highlighting the intricate details of this stunning piece. In your home, this French painted vitrine cabinet could serve as an elegant focal point in a living room, dining room, or hallway, blending seamlessly with both traditional and contemporary interiors. It is not only a storage solution but also a statement piece that tells a story of heritage and craftsmanship.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 84.5"H x 43"W x 21.5"D
Inventory Number: BLD615
Price: $6,950