A Chinese Qing Dynasty period elm wood noodle cabinet from the 19th century, with brass hardware, tapering lines and hidden drawers. Created in China during the Qing Dynasty period in the 19th century, this elm wood cabinet draws the attention with its tapering lines beautifully highlighted by a warm brown finish. Two doors, accented by rounded moldings and fitted with ornate brass hardware, open to reveal inner shelves and two hidden drawers offering convenient storage opportunities. The lower section showcases a panel that can be removed to reveal an additional storage space. The cabinet is raised on four straight cylindrical legs connected to one another through a simply carved apron on three of the four sides.
The side panels are recessed and the back is decorated with a dark brown color. We review all of our pieces and address issues we may find before they leave for your home; however, this is an antique piece, and as such it will keep its character and some imperfections, which is the quintessence of antique and vintage furniture. With its clean lines and warm brown patina, this Chinese Qing Dynasty period elmwood noodle cabinet from the 19th century will make for a great addition to any bedroom or living room!
Contact us for more information:
firstname.lastname@example.org | +1 914 423 3380