Hello, I am putting this item up for auction for my father. This is his china closet and it is located in Honolulu, Hawaii. This is a Classical and elegant china cabinet. It's approximately 7' x7' x 18"(I am not sure on the depth). I believe it has solid pecan and walnut woods with rosewood inlays. It features curved wood lattice and glass doors as well. Its built in 2 sections, the upper with the glass doors features thick glass shelves, with lighting built on top to illuminate the display. The lower section feature shelves that come out on top with opening doors below it, which reveals wooden drawers. The top drawers have preformed felt lined silverware holders. All opening doors, top and bottom uses a old fashioned skeleton key to open. This is an extremely high end china closet, I am trying to have my father find the name of the furniture maker. I recall it was made in the Carolinas. My father purchased this in Long Island, NY in the early 90's. He recalls paying $13,000 to $15,000 for it, our reserve is a fraction of that. I wish I could provide more info but I do not know much more I'm afraid. If anybody would like to see it in person, we will be more then happy to make arrangements to do so, it is in excellent condition. Please ask me any questions you may have and I will try my best to answer them. Will will not provide any form of shipping service for this china closet. Winning bidder/buyer must pick it up in Honolulu, Hawaii(96825) Thank you for looking.
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