Fine Ironwood Cabinet

c. 1850
$16,800 USD
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W: 67.0" D: 25.25" H: 71.0"
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This very fine 19th-century cabinet from northern China is made of ironwood. Iron wood, known in Mandarin as tiĕlì and prized by collectors, comes from the tallest Chinese hardwood tree and is very durable with a coarse texture and distinctive open grain. This substantial cabinet projects quiet harmony and balanced tension among its austere construction, rich timber, and thoughtfully placed handmade white brass hardware.
Bifold doors make the entire cabinet accessible if needed.

Additional Dimensions:
Top Shelf: 65"W x 22"D x 17.5"H
Middle Shelf: 65"W x 22"D x 17"H
First Set of Opened Doors: 29"W x 50"H
Space When Doors Are Completely Opened: 57"Wx 50"H

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