Biedermeier cherry tree cabinet, sold

Nr. 2229 |
Biedermeier cherry tree cabinet

Biedermeier
cabinet

German around 1825.

Solid cherry wood.
Ebonized strips.

4 shelves.

Shellac hand polish.

Height: 208 cm
Width: 163 cm
Depth: 61 cm

Biedermeier cherry tree cabinet

A Biedermeier cherry tree cabinet is a type of cabinet that was popular in the early 19th century in the German-speaking regions. They were part of the Biedermeier style, which dominated between 1815 and 1848 and was known for its simple elegance and practical functionality.

The cabinets were made from high-quality woods such as cherry, walnut, and mahogany and were characterized by clear lines, simple shapes, and subtle decoration. They were often adorned with brass fittings and inlaid marquetry and typically had glass doors or drawers.

Biedermeier cabinets were available in various sizes and were used for different purposes, from storing dishes and clothes to displaying collections and valuable objects.

Cabinets like this Biedermeier cherry tree cabinet were an important part of Biedermeier furniture design and are still very popular among collectors and antique furniture enthusiasts today. They offer plenty of storage space, are sturdy yet finely crafted, and add a touch of elegance to any room. The shellac hand polish on the cabinet gives it a beautiful shine and reflects light wonderfully.

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Biedermeier at RSA Wiesbaden

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