An 18th Century Limed Oak Serpentine Fronted Bruges Vitrine with Pale Blue Interior


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An exceptional late 17th C/early 18th C limed oak serpentine fronted, carved vitrine from a very fine house in Bruges, Belgium.  The carcass has a single long drawer which is side hung, indicating the date.  Outstanding carved flower detailing to each glazing bar, multiple carved tags lining the inside shelves, carving to base doors and side panels.  Original glazing, unusually including along the crown at the top of the piece.  Three original ebonised bun feet support the whole. This is a vitrine of immense scale and beauty.  

Dimensions: 236cm h x 160cm w x 54cm d

Condition: Excellent antique condition

Origin: Belgium

Circa: 1690-1910

Ref: C931


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