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Liquor cabinet in rosewood veneer having belonged to Louis-Philippe

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Beautiful liquor cabinet that belongeg to Louis-Philippe, with its 12 small glasses cut into diamond points and its 4 carafe.

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Liquor cabinet in rosewood veneer having belonged to Louis-Philippe, opening by the top with a gilded bronze lock entrance with 3 crowned lilies, representing the arms of this king. The initials "LP" for Louis-Philippe are engraved on the lid of the cellar. The interior of the cellar contains a removable basket in red paper in which rest 12 small glasses cut into diamond points. Under the removable basket is a compartment. Four crystal decanters are distributed at the four corners of the cellar in separate compartments.

Circa :1840
Dim: W: 11,8 in - D: 8,3in - H: 9,6in.
Dim: L:30cm, P:21cm, H:24,5cm.

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Original glasses and decanters, in good condition. Very nice quality of crystal. Small discoloration of the original paper.
 

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