Monumental Renaissance Revival Plaque-Mounted Cabinet
Description: Monumental Renaissance Revival Plaque-Mounted Rosewood Cabinet
ca. 1865, the arched backboard flanked by laurel and brass-carved swags and a recessed platform with a ceramic plaque depicting pheasants, the case with a projecting center door with a copper-clad plaque in the manner of Bertel Thorvaldsen, flanked by gilt-incised wooden columns and larger onyx columns, the side doors with a circular ceramic plaque depicting children at play.
h. 83-1/4", w. 106-1/2", d. 32"
Condition Report: **In good restored condition, with normal shrinkage, mars and indications of age and use.
Solid and very stable.
On the backboard there are a couple chips to the corners of moldings and losses to a few small sections of moldings at corners.
The back panels have been replaced with hardwood plywood.
The locks are all present. Keys missing. Interior shelves are missing.
Provenance: Acquired from the owner of the Mary Kay Ash estate in 2018.