Massive oak cabinet:
Base with two doors
Two drawers in the middle section
Top piece with two doors, glazed doors and sides of the body
This cabinet is a gorgeous large showpiece:
There are two shelves in the attachment. The upper shelf has recesses for zinc spoons, the bottom shelf is curved and the bottom of the top piece has small wooden strips for decorative presentation of plates.
The cabinet comes from a farm in the village of Hemmerde in Westphalia.
It was extensively and privately restored in 1971. Defective wood was partly replaced with planks from the old organ loft in the Vincenz Church in Menden/Sauerland. The balled feet were newly produced from old wood, moulding on the doors was reworked identically. Missing glass in the upper part was partly replaced with glass from the window sashes of an old manor from 1751 in the Münsterland area. All 18 glass panes come from antique collections.
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - Utilisé, présentant de petites traces de vieillissement
- 230×53×183 cm