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Located in the heart of the Cumberland Valley in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, Silla has actively collected, conserved and cataloged fine objects since its inception in 2009. While the collection has an emphasis on sculpture from 1860 through 1930, a full range of beautiful objects, furniture and paintings are always on display in our 9000 sq ft downtown gallery.

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Regency Rosewood & Ormolu Mounted Chiffoinier Cabinet

Was: $5,300.00
Now: $3,710.00
SKU:
209FEP28A
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REGENCY ORMOLU-MOUNTED ROSEWOOD AND BRASS GRILLWORK CHIFFONIER CABINET
England, circa early 19th century | fantastic proportions, only 10 1/2" in total depth
Item # 209FEP28A 

This lovely early 19th century Regency chiffonier cabinet features a rosewood veneer over all primary surfaces and is hung with original bronze mounts throughout. The pair of locking doors feature original latticework brass grillwork and they open to reveal an upholstered interior with two fixed shelves. The top raises an upper shelf on turned pillars, the rosewood shelf with a pierced bronze gallery surrounding the back and sides. A simple piece with clean angular lines, it is of incredibly convenient proportions. By being only 10 1/2" in total depth, it fits comfortably even in narrow hallways or small entryways. The rich and beautifully patinated rosewood is mellowed and shows wonderful age throughout.


Measurements: 46 1/2" H x 10 1/2" D x 47" W

Condition Report:
Old surface with a lovely all-over patina, refreshed in the 20th century with typical old wear, scuffs, oxidization and color variation as expected. Minor chips. Tarnish and discoloration to the original mounts. Fabric on the interior with discolorations and wear from use over time. Some veneer patches, including around the edges of the top and the upper shelf. Modern nails supplementing original nails on the original backboards.