A Swedish Gustavian style two-part vitrine cabinet from the 19th century with light gray / cream painted finish, glass doors, carved reeded panels and tapered feet. Elevate your interior aesthetics with this 19th century Swedish Gustavian style vitrine cabinet. Bathed in a delicate light gray/cream palette, this two-part wonder effortlessly marries form and function, while encapsulating the essence of Scandinavian craftsmanship.
The upper section is a vision of sophistication with its molded cornice gracefully overseeing glass doors, which open to reveal inner shelves—ideal for displaying cherished collectibles or porcelain heirlooms. Further enhancing its elegance are the canted side posts, crowned by delicately carved rosettes, symbolizing the meticulous attention to detail that went into its creation.
Venture below and you'll discover the lower section, where wooden doors spring to life with carved reeded panels, resonating with the traditional Gustavian motifs, all resting upon tapered feet.
Envision this vitrine in a spacious dining area or living room, acting as a repository for cherished memories and trinkets, all the while creating a striking focal point. With its historical allure, it is sure to ignite conversations, while complementing both classic and modern interiors.
Place of Origin: Sweden
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 41.75"W x 17.75"D x 88.5"H
Inventory Number: YY170