Round Cornered Cabinet

c. 1850
$4,380 USD
Make an Offer
W: 39.0" D: 21.5" H: 66.75"
Northern Elmwood
Purchase Quantity
Collection #
Estimated Shipping

For nearly a thousand years, traditional Chinese architecture had no interior closets, so tall cabinets were the place to store books, clothing, antiques, food and everything else in a household. The doors of round-cornered cabinets, like this one, were designed with extended dowels at the top and bottom that ingeniously fit into the upper and lower frames, freeing the cabinet of the need for surface mounted hinges. The interior of this cabinet maintains its original compartments. The removable center rod between the doors provided a firm point for a lock to be attached to keep doors neatly shut and contents secure.

Questions? Ask us

What They're Saying

Portrait degiulio f8a680c3e73b3fb63ffb02ab7823d9440a08a2b47070bb7dffb1a9dd80de76f8
Mick de Giulio | de Giulio kitchen design

“I love working with PAGODA RED. When I’m looking for something distinctive for one of my clients, I can be sure I’ll find it there. Betsy has an incredible eye for the beautiful and unique and she continues to offer one of the best collections of Chinese furniture and decorative art.”

Receive our weekly email on design &
creating memorable spaces