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18th-C. Dutch Wardrobe

Trace Mayer Antiques

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 18th century
Condition:
Very Good; some wear
Country of Origin:
The Netherlands
Style:
baroque
Materials:
oak/rosewood
Damage Information:
expected wear and patina.
Size:
32.5" L x 80" W x 82.5" H
Color/Finish:
brown

Why We Love This

Dutch baroque-style ebonized carved oak and rosewood kas made between 1770-1820. Molded cornice with applied cherubs above a foliate frieze and paneled doors separated by columns and similarly embellished with flora. Two lower drawers and ebonized bun feet.
As described by Trace Mayer Antiques
White Glove Delivery
Once you have placed your order, you will receive an email from us with tracking information about your item.
Shortly before the arrival date, our delivery service will contact you to schedule a delivery appointment.
Our delivery service will bring the item to your home, perform light assembly, and dispose of any trash.
NUMBER OF ITEMS SHIPPING COSTS
1 $200
2 $250
3+ $350

About Trace Mayer Antiques

Trace Mayer Antiques concentrates on 18th and 19th Century English and European furniture, American and European paintings dating from 1700-1950, ancient pottery, and any odd things that just make us smile.