A Swedish two-part painted wood vitrine cabinet from the early 19th century with glass doors, drawers and distressed patina. Created in Sweden during the early years of the 19th century, this painted vitrine features a molded cornice sitting above three paneled glass doors opening to reveal inner shelves offering convenient storage space. Three drawers below are resting above an open shelf flanked with brackets and are followed by three wooden doors, completing the ensemble. Painted in a soft color typical of the Scandinavian taste for light palettes, the cabinet boasts a nicely weathered patina. With its clean lines and great proportions, this Swedish two-part cabinet circa 1830 will make for a great focal point in any home, perhaps placed in a living room, dining room or foyer.
Place of Origin: Sweden
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 50.5"W x 18.25"D x 97"H
Inventory Number: WW224