A fine quality French late 19th/early 20th century mahogany decorative display case of unusual design.
This display case consists of a top with two glass panels with brass moulding framing the glass and surrounded by a mahogany frame.
The top is hinged to allow for easy access to the interior of the case and has a clear glass shelf inside.
This leads down to a recessed mahogany panel surrounded by a brass moulding, this design being on both the front and sides of the piece.
The display case has two fine quality ormolu mounts at the top corners, leading down to two opening glazed doors, the glass again being frames by a brass moulding.
The interior has a mirror plate to the back, ideal for displaying items, glass sides and a red velvet fabric to the base – the fabric could easily be changed once purchased to a fabric of choice.
Underneath is a shaped frieze with a central ormolu mount leading down to four cabriole legs with ormolu mounts both at the top and also at the feet.
This case would be a superb addition for the displaying of luxury items for either a collector, shop or hotel.
This piece is in very good condition and is ready to go straight into a home etc.