A handsome Art Deco antique oak and glass case store display cabinet—originally this piece displayed merchandise at the old Addyston general store. The 1930’s cabinet has wonderful elegant lines and fine detailing—the workmanship of this old cabinet is truly amazing. The tall cabinet has a waterfall cornice with sleek lines and tiered detailing, which is repeated to the sides. The top cabinet has a pair of sliding wood-framed glass doors, with three glass shelves to the pale yellow painted interior. The lower cabinet also has a pair of sliding doors, with two wooden shelves to the inside. The floor of the base cabinet is also painted in the pale yellow. The cabinet has a generous base with black lower detail, the base sitting directly on the floor. A great cabinet for displaying collectibles and art. The items pictured inside the cabinet are NOT included, but are in the auction.
NOTE: NO ALTERNATE PICKUP FOR THIS ITEM. THIS IS A HEAVY AND FRAGILE PIECE OF FURNITURE—PLEASE BRING ADEQUATE HELP AND AN APPROPRIATE VEHICLE FOR REMOVAL. This item will need to be removed towards the end of the pickup day due to the restricted space at the site. Please contact the sales coordinator for scheduling a time for pickup. Thank you.
good to fair with finish wear, normal wear for age and use, interior finish wear, lighting untested, crack to lower right pane of glass
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