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Badminton Cabinet

A reproduction among the world’s most expensive antiques that were sold is the badminton cabinet made in Florence during the Medici dynasty. The cabinet took 6 years to make, made by a team composed of 30 craftsmen. Decorated with precious stones like lapis Lazuli, amethysts, ebony and other semi-precious gems, the cabinet is considered as one of the finest pieces of French furniture. The 12-foot tall cabinet also includes a clock with fleurs-de-lis for numbers. This piece of antique furniture twice set records for most expensive sale. In 1990 it sold for $16.6 million and in 2004 it sold for $36 million. The cabinet is now owned by the Lichtenstein Museum where it is on public display.

Chinese Ming Style Alter Cabinet Or Sideboard

Chinese Ming dynasty style altar cabinet or sideboard from Shanxi province, China. Elm and dark yellow lacquer with a beautiful age-related patina. Three drawers over two bi-fold doors and carved spandrels, raised on straight legs. Shanxi, China mid-19th Century.

Chinese Qing Dynasty Kitchen Cabinet, 1840-1860

Chinese Qing Dynasty Kitchen Cabinet. A Chinese Qing dynasty period kitchen cabinet from Zhejiang Province, 1840-1860. Cypress wood with bamboo fillings in the doors.

Danish Empire Demilune Cabinet

Danish empire demilune commode / cabinet in mahogany. 4 central drawers flanked by cupboard doors. Top drawer with pull-out writing surface. Half round top with inlays in satinwood. Doors with marquetry in dark and light wood. Copenhagen, Denmark c. 1810.

Danish Late Empire Flamed Birch Pedestal Cabinet

19th Century Danish late empire (biedermeier) pedestal cabinet. Flamed birch veneer. Curved door. Oval top with a drawer underneath. One drawer at the bottom. Denmark 1920-1830.

Danish Rococo Vitrine Cabinet

Danish rococo vitrine cabinet in two parts. Black painted oak. The upper section has a swan's neck shaped cornice over a pair of glazed doors flanked by glazed side panels. Doors open to reveal a Persian red painted interior. The lower section is made of two wooden doors adorned with geometric diamond moldings. Canted sides. Southern Jutland, Denmark, circa 1770.

Display Glass Cabinet, Denmark C. 1900

Made of pine with a black finish. Natural age-related patina which is highlighted by clear finish. Glass walls on 3 sides, with a mirror in the background. The inside of the cabinet is fitted with three glass shelves. Original brass handle. Denmark c. 1900

Early 19th Century Black Polished Display Cabinet

Regency style display cabinet in two parts. This beautiful black polished mahogany cabinet features a cornice accented with 'a la grecque' moldings, sitting above two paneled cupboard doors enclosing adjustable shelves. Lower section with pair of doors, opening to additional shelves. England circa 1810-1820.

Early 19th Century Chinese Walnut Cabinet

Early 19th century cabinet made of walnut with beautiful age-related patina and natural finish. 2 pairs of doors adorned with round patinated metal fittings. Shanxi Province, 1800-1830.

Louis Xvi Mirrored Altona Bureau Cabinet

Louis XVI mahogany cabinet. Altona Upper section with mirrored doors and gilded wood carvings. The base with fall front opens to reveal a fitted interior of drawers and shelving. Handles on the sides. Original gilded fittings. Altona is a suburb of Hamburg, but belonged to Denmark up until 1864. The typical high quality of Altona furnitures can be found in this piece, dating back to 1780.

Mahogany Empire Cabinet With Glass Doors From The Danish West Indies

Empire display cabinet from the Danish West Indies, circa 1810. This beautiful solid Cuba mahogany cabinet features a top cabinet with double pane glass doors and a lower section with pair of doors. The shelving inside is adjustable on both the top and bottom part of the cabinet. Original locks and keys. A very beautiful and elegant piece of furniture.

Original Decorated Red Gilt Lacquered Cabinet From Fujian Province

A originally decorated lacquer cabinet from Fujian Province. In very well maintained condition. Red lacquer adorned with black lacquer decorated with gilt painted chinoiserie. A fine quality cabinet with decorations and details typical of Fujian province, 1860-1880.