EARLY 20TH CENTURY ANTIQUE ARTS & CRAFTS / MISSION OAK CHINA CABINET WITH 3 SHELVES AND GALLERY
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Were pleased to offer for sale this wonderful early 20th century arts and crafts quarter sawn oak double glass door china. This is as clean and good of an example as they come most likely made by one of the more prolific shops like Lifetime or Union. The cabinet is in its first surface with a rare and attractive gallery. There are 3 full length oak shelves with plate grooves incised in. The cabinet retains it's original rippled and seeded glass. We note a missing escutcheon plate, we'll match one up of the period. Our true passions lie in earlier 18th century American furniture especially from Boston and surrounding areas. We're seeing such a high demand for clean antique arts and crafts oak we're trying to keep up and have a select few higher grade examples such as this in our inventory. We've reached yet another volume shipping discount and it's never been more cost efficient to have our items shipped across the continental US. This came to us from a lovely VT estate where it housed an exceptional collection of arts & crafts pottery. Unfortunately the furniture needed to be sold but the collection stayed in tact with the couple. The cabinet measures 42" wide x 14 3/4" deep x 60" tall. The height at the work surface is 55 1/2".
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We are a wholly owned family business in our third decade of continuous operation. We have a large inventory of fine antiques ranging from Early American, Federal, Chippendale, Empire, Centennial, Victorian, 20th Century custom mahogany, Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern antique furniture along with decorative arts from across the globe. All the items we offer to the general public are high quality estate pieces. We do not offer goods with significant flaws or defects. We completely avoid items with issues. You can expect the items we sell to have reasonable wear and tear. Due to the large volume of goods we deal in we cannot describe items in minutia. We do our best to give you an accurate condition report in our description of the items. We have expert woodworkers and re-finishers on staff to service any piece of furniture we offer. We represent all merchandise in absolute good faith and to the very best of our ability. Please ask all questions, including, but not limited to, shipping costs prior to purchase. All items are sold as is and from their location. If you would like to find out about any number of our services, including appraisals and restoration, please ask us about our website for more information.