Pair of rosewood corner display cabinets, mahogany, sycamore and birdseye maple.
They open with 2 doors and are based on pedestals. Fund mirrors, rear corner cutaway.
Each one has 3 glass shelves.
Work of Art Deco period, signed Rinck in Paris.
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|Diameter||62 cm (rayon)|
Very nice pair of corner display cabinets with rounded facade, based on quarter-round pedestals and opening by 2 curved glass doors with nickel-plated steel frame. Original locks and keys.
The vertical posts, bases and tops are in rosewood and mahogany. The interiors are in bird's eye maple and sycamore. The funds are covered with mirrors.
Each one has 3 glass shelves, resting on golden brass cleats, marked 'Rinck' back.
It is very rare to find this kind of furniture by pair. More of that, mirrors on three sides make perfect showcases for a collection of glasses or ceramics of the same period.
Work dating from Art Deco period, circa 1930, Rinck House, Paris.