Chinese Qing Dynasty 19th Century Dark Brown Elm Cabinet with Doors and Drawers
A Chinese Qing dynasty period elm cabinet from the 19th century, with two doors, four drawers and carved apron. Created in China during the Qing dynasty, this elm cabinet captures our attention with its dark brown patina perfectly contrasted by the golden hue of the traditional brass hardware.
Two doors open thanks to a large medallion with teardrop pulls, to reveal inner shelves offering convenient storage space. Four drawers make up the façade's lower section while the ensemble is raised on four straight legs connected to one another through a nicely carved pierced apron in the front. With its clean lines and dark brown patina, this 19th century Qing Chinese cabinet will be a great addition to any living room or bedroom, perhaps used as a TV cabinet.