British Colonial Rosewood Cabinet with Glass Doors
A carved and gadrooned rosewood cabinet with paned, beveled glass doors from British India, circa 1940. This mid-century British Colonial piece is crafted in two parts, with a locking cabinet with key sitting atop a two-drawer stand. Three 3/8" thick sturdy glass shelves provide ample storage. The back of the cabinet is constructed from two pieces of mahogany. It will serve dutifully as a bookcase, display case or storage cabinet.
Notes: Scratches on some of the original glass panes. Minor spot finishing blemishes. Insignificant chip on back corner of one of the glass shelves.
Dimensions: 76.63" height x 48" width x 19" depth