Item sold on 2018-11-19 - Shipped on 2018-11-29
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Carved by famous maker, "Romweber" of Indiana for their "Louis XV de Gaulle" collection, this breakfront china display cabinet has a convex porthole window and curved glass doors, and could also be a bar cabinet.
Depicted in their 1942 catalog, the restored finish is in excellent condition on acacia and walnut woods with matched burl panels. There is a chip to one of the plate glass shelves. This striking design was unique to Romweber, whose furniture was sold to the White House and numerous celebrities. hardware is original.
Measurements of this vintage cabinet are 52" wide, 19" deep and 75" tall.
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