Neoclassical Biedermeier Half-Cabinet, Walnut, Southern Germany circa 1820
This exceptional Neoclassical Biedermeier half-cabinet from the early 19th century is a magnificent piece of furniture. Crafted in Southern Germany around 1820, it showcases the artistry of the Biedermeier period. Constructed from walnut veneer on softwood, this half-cabinet features a rich and elegant wood grain pattern. The interior doors showcase an oak veneer, and it includes an old box lock for added security. The ebonized full columns and key escutcheons provide a striking contrast, adding to its neoclassical appeal. Inside, you’ll find two softwood shelves, offering ample storage space for your belongings. This antique piece has been meticulously restored and hand-polished with shellac.
Details for Cabinet
H 127 cm / 50″
W 117,5 cm / 46,3″
D 61 cm / 24″