Antique French Breton Cabinet
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Antique Cabinet – France


Item: Antique Breton Carved Cabinet.

Age: Circa 1850-1880

Details: Solid oak and chestnut highly carved cabinet.
Pub scenes vividly carved in relief in each door panel.
Three-dimensional musician figures act as columns for the carved cabinet crown.
Lion heads pierced with rings throughout the piece.
Three Piece Cabinet disassembles for easy moving.

Condition: Very good condition. Original finish.

Size: 51″ wide x 22″ deep x 92.5″ tall.

Shipping: We generally deliver within a 250 mile radius of our store in Waynesboro Pennsylvania for a fee based on mileage. Outside of our area, we’d be happy to work with the shipper of your choice. After purchase, a member of our staff will contact you to confirm delivery/pick up details. Pick up at our store location is free.

If you have any questions or would like to purchase by phone, please call 717-375-8166.

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Whimsical and beautiful antique French Breton Cabinet in oak and chestnut. This beautiful piece has incredible renaissance style relief carvings on each door panel, featuring different pub scenes. Each drinking scene has a very pictorial story: there is a duel or knife fight, a scene of dancing and merriment, a card game, a scene of vivid discussion and even an “end of the night” scene where a man is doubled over a barrel while his wife nags him!

Two three-dimensional figures of musicians work as two columns to support the top crown of the cabinet. Their lifelike stances and highly detailed carvings add even more visual interest and artistry to this piece. Lions heads are also featured in this piece.

A true delight for the eyes, this piece also has a great sense of humor. A fabulous piece for a bar, a family room or office, this mid to late 19th century piece will bring smiles (and a sense of awe) to everyone’s faces.

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