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need help info on china/curio cabinet

Posted by honda4life588 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 7, 09 at 21:19

I need any help whatsoever about this peice i know that it dates back to the late 1800- early 1900's It has Mirrored backround, glass shelf, wide hand carved trim up top curved glass on the sides, and for the door a double bowed glass (Very rare, ive heard), Lions head carved in the pillars and carved lions feet

heres my photobucket

http://s999.photobucket.com/albums/af119/Honda4life588/


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RE: need help info on china/curio cabinet

Seems like you have all the info..
It is indeed a piece of oak from the golden period of oak furniture...about 1890 to 1920 or so.
It's lovely, beautiful condition a mix of solid wood and veneers....and it does indeed have 2 curved glass doors...not terribly rare, but very desirable style.
It's a great piece! Enjoy!
Linda C


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RE: need help info on china/curio cabinet

When it was made, that was from a top of the line manufacturer. Marvelous curio or china cabinet.

I'm feeling covetous!


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RE: need help info on china/curio cabinet

well shes for sale if your interested lol


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