Art Nouveau Scottish Mackintosh Style Cabinet Carved Oak Floral Copper
Lovely Art Nouveau small cabinet, a solid carved oak Scottish furniture, with four doors and three asymmetric pigeon holes, circa 1910. Nature inspires the decoration of this antique cabinet, in the style of Glasgow school and the manner of Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) design.
Doors are decorated with four copper panels, hand-embossed with lovely floral and foliate patterns, as well as the upper part is topped by a central carving with foliate motive.
Working key, superlative brass stylized foliate keyhole escutcheons.
Many shelves inside, this small cabinet may be suitable for any interior.
The oak has just a lovely sandblasting wax finish, which may give a fading look but it is in good condition, with wear consistent with age and use, minor old restorations, see last four listed closed-up pictures. It comes from a villa in the country near Milano.
Sizes: 183 cm height by 77 cm width and 37.5 cm depth.
height: 183 cm
width: 77 cm
depth: 37.5 cm
This antique Two-Door Carved Armoire was made in Italy, in Piedmont, from solid poplar, dating back to late 18th century and coming from a private villa of Milan. Features a thick stepped and curved crown molding and an elegant original solid wood floral carving on the two doors with original working lock but missing key. The interior reveals four hat stands in the upper part and three shelves, one replaced in 20th century. This is an example of typical Piedmontese antique armoires, Piedmont is the North Western Italian region, bordering with France, that's why Piedmontese style is quite similar to French furniture. Please browse the pictures below of each single details of this antique Italian wardrobe, in good condition, with a distressed finishing patina. Height: 223 cm / 87,80 inches. Width: 150 cm / 59,05 inches. Depth: 57 cm / 22,44 inches
Antique chest of drawer with flap, Italian solid larch wood slant front bureau desk dating back to mid 19th century. Antique wooden furniture typical of the Italian Alps of North Italy, this bureau, completely handcrafted in larch it is far from rustic. Front with three deep drawers, a fall-front opening to reveal a fitted interior with a compartment and seven drawers. Carved, curved, side freezes are applied on the corners. We have bought it in a private house of Milan, we have removed previous varnish and the bureau has now the original natural larch color, rough finish. Anyhow it could be either polished or painted. Good condition. Height: 122 cm x Width: 110 cm Depth: 54 cms / 80 open flap.