Cherry Biedermeier Vitrine, Southern Germany circa 1830
This exquisite cherry Biedermeier Vitrine, originaes from Southern Germany around 1830. Crafted from cherry veneer on a softwood base, this piece exudes natural beauty and sophistication. The upper section of the vitrine serves as a two-door showcase, allowing you to display your cherished items. The glass doors not only provide a clear view of your collectibles but also add an airy, open feel to the piece. An ebonized gutter and diamond key crest serve as tasteful decorative elements, adding subtle contrast and visual interest.
Below, the vitrine transforms into a functional storage space with two doors, providing ample room to keep your belongings organized and accessible. It stands gracefully on square-pointed legs made from cherry wood. After meticulous restoration and a hand-polishing process with shellac, this antique Vitrine is not only a work of art but also a practical addition to your living space.
Details for Vitrine
* Metric: H 188.5 cm x W 121 cm x D 35.5 cm (bottom) / 32.5 cm (top)
* Imperial: H 6’ 2.2“ x W 3’ 11.6“ / D 1’ 2“ (bottom ) / 1’ 0.8“ (top)