ANTIQUE DUNCAN PHYFE SHERATON MAHOGANY CHINA CABINET NR

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 26,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction
ANTIQUE DUNCAN PHYFE SHERATON MAHOGANY CHINA CABINET NR
Fabulous Circa 1940's Antique Mahogany China Cabinet with Broken Arch Pediment, Wooden Cross Hatched Accents on the Glass & Stunning
Flame Graining!!!
A Quality Antique China Cabinet in Excellent Condition offered with NO RESERVE and a Very Low
Starting Bid of Only $350!!!
Please Note that we are listing on Ebay this week a Wonderful New York made Mahogany Duncan Phyfe Dropside Dining Table with 3 Leaves, a Fabulous Set of Mahogany Dining Room Chairs with Pineapple Carvings and a Great Depression Era Dark Walnut Server - Sideboard! They all look Great together as you can see in the Pics. Just for full information on the other Pieces.
You are Bidding on an Absolutely Incredible Antique Duncan Phyfe - Sheraton Mahogany China Cabinet which has the Prettiest Flame Wood Grain, Broken Arch Pediment and Wood Accents on the Glass!! The Glass Doors open to 2 Shelves with Double Plate Grooves on the Shelves and Tons of Room for China Display! This Quality American Antique is also in Remarkably Clean Condition!!
This Perfect "Fits Anyw" China Cabinet is an Impressive 72 and 1/4 inches in Height by 36 inches in Width and is 16 inches in Depth. It will Truly fit in Any Dining Room!! The China Cabinet is American Made, Dating to the 1940's, and Still is in Remarkably Good Condition with just a Few Tiny Dings despite over 60 years of faithful service. The only noted flaw we saw is a chip in the veneer by the top of the right door on the bottom. The Cabinet truly is Just Fabulous!!
This Great Old China Cabinet has Beautiful Flame Grain Mahogany in Several Shades of Rich Chocolate Brown with just a slight Reddish Hint! The Top has a Broken Arched Pediment with Carved Incised Accents on either side. The 2 Spacious Interior Display Shelves measure 32 inches in Width, 11 inches from Front-to-Back by 11 and 1/2 inches in Height for the Top Shelf and 10 and 1/2 inches for the Lower Shelf.
The lower half of this Magnificent Piece has a Silverware-Implement Drawer that is 30 inches in Width, 13 and 1/2 inches from Front-to-Back by 3 and 1/4 inches in Depth. The Drawer has the Prettiest Half Loop Bronze pulls with a Rope Accented back plate.
The Bottom Storage Area is Shelved and is HUGE! The Bottom Shelf measures 33 inches in Width, 13 and 1/2 inches from Front-to-Back by 13 and 1/2 inches in Height. The shelf was raised to allow the cabinet to serve as a Bar with storage for Tall bottles. The shelf could be dropped back down to its normal height of 9 and 1/2 inches if desired. No Shortage of Storage Space !!
The Pictures we included show you exactly what you are Bidding on. If, however, you have any Questions, Please just Email Us. We'll get back to you Right Away!
This is a definite "MUST HAVE" for any home with an Antique Decor or just as Beautiful and Useful China Display for Your Dining Room!! Best of All, we are Listing this Wonderful Antique Circa 1940 Duncan Phyfe - Sheraton style Mahogany China Cabinet with the Prettiest Flame Grain, Broken Arch Pediment and Wooden Accents on the Glass with NO RESERVE and a Very Low Starting Bid of Only $350!!! If you have been shopping for a China Cabinet, you know that price is a Steal and you can't beat the Quality of an Antique! Make the Investment!
Harmony Grove Antiques Welcomes your Comments and Inquiries. We have Several Great ESTATE Auction Items currently on Ebay!! We Invite You to Please Look at Our Other Fine Auctions! Good Luck and Happy Bidding!!! :-)
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