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ANTIQUE CURVED GLASS CHINA CABINET (PAINTED)

Age. More than 80 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 62 high x 41 " wide x 17 deep in the center
Rating: 8
Comments. This china cabinet has curved glass panels on the side as well as on the door. There are four removable shelves, each of which has plate grooves in the rear. It has large, carved paw feet in the front, cast brass handle on the door and this cabinet is heavy for its size. Its green paint has wear, shade variations as well as some scratches/scrapes and the cabinet is painted inside as well as outside. It appears to be made of oak from what we can see in the chips of the paint. It originally had a backsplash on the top which is now missing, leaving a couple of small holes in the top. This cabinet is in good, sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some wood wear, has some small, shallow wood dents and has some soiling. Nice size cabinet to showcase your favorite collectibles or your antique china.

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